"Stuart Ross is an amazing talent. In Henry Kafka he's managed to create a landscape removed from personal memory and historical connectedness and yet whose characters are filled with passion and humour. What we have here is Millennium Now!? Stuart Ross style? fictions that are deliciously black, and at times deliciously funny."? Rick Salutin
quot;Less an homage to Kafka than a re-experiencing, in the Canada in the 1990s, of Kafka's sense of how stark, astounding, terrifying, exhilarating and utterly contigent a life can feel. The stories and images cohabit cheerfully and unconnectedly, then they all end up oddly together in the book's final line (No peeking.)"