"Where I Stay" is featured over at the great Powell's Books (the world's largest independent bookstore) here in their 'Review of the Day' column. The review is reprinted from critic John Madera article in the latest issue of RainTaxi Review of Books. A snippet of that: " . . .superfluous exposition is replaced by evocative gestures, bland dialogue surrenders to resonant internal monologue. Consider Where I Stay a road map that carefully marks its scorched landscapes and anonymous small towns while also pointing out the desultory crew of squatters, border guards, prostitutes, drug dealers -- transitory figures all -- who live hardscrabble lives within them. As such, Zornoza is as much a novelist as he is a cartographer of loneliness, doubt, and fear. . . ."