The story collection The Glass Plague is a matur debut, as are most of those authors who publish their first book after years of selling to magazines. The Glass Plague reveals a writer who masters the language and the narrative techniques, a writer who doesn’t write for the sake of the SF idea, but to debate its consequences, the effects it has on people as persons and as social elements, as well as the effects it has on the society as a whole.

The Cultural Observer, The Glass Plague Review by Michael Haulica, 2005