Liviu C. Suciu, for Fantasy Book Critic, on Theodore Judson's The Martian General's Daughter:
"I just could not put it down when I got it."
"The book has quite a few surprises. The ending is excellent and fulfilling, but not in any simple or expected way."
"Full of vivid descriptions of cruelty, buffoonery, murders, battles, and a message of hope despite its bleakness, The Martian General's Daughter is an unforgettable book from Mr. Judson. The father/daughter relationship between Peter and Justa is as moving and well-realized as any in modern fiction…"