“Rue des Rosiers will stay with readers for a long time…the novel is a master-class in the intelligent handling of voice.” Paul Headrick, The Ormsby Review.
[…] a wholehearted literary love letter to the French city. Sarah is the proverbial free woman in Paris, “unfettered and alive” …
‘”I believe Sarah, also, when in the midst of unspeakable horror, she does something ‘unequivocally good. You will believe her – and Laila – too.”
“Rue Des Rosiers is not just an exemplary novel, it’s also an important book…”
“In poems of deceptive brevity, ‘this hard and rocky place’ that is the world turns out to be the source of a lucid beauty.”
“ For decades Rhea Tregebov has been writing poems of penetrating honesty.….The clarity of her voice is deeply moving.”
“The Knife Sharpener’s Bell is a compelling story, made memorable by the poet’s eye.”