The print and online magazine Kirkus Reviews, started in 1933, has been providing professional book reviews for decades. They recently reviewed my debut novel, RATS, and had this to say:
A nuanced techno-thriller with both brains and brawn.
The theme of children suffering the worst during wartime—and long after—propels the rest of the plot into suitably daring territory.
Klingler’s debut offers a deep logistical jungle sure to entertain buffs and newcomers to the techno-thriller genre. Throughout, he displays fierce writing chops.
Kirkus Reviews also selected RATS to be featured as one of twenty Indie books in their 7/1/2014 print issue. I’m honored to be included in their magazine, and hope you’ll check out RATS for yourself at Amazon. Available in both eBook and paperback.
Read the full Kirkus review here.