“An impressive YA debut ... Showing both the bright and the dark sides if the music business, Weil crafts an enticing tale of a sheltered teenager’s induction into a world where ambitions and morals are repeatedly tested.”
—Publishers Weekly on I'm Glad I Did
“Absorbing ... Laden with Insights about the legacies colonialism, such as nuanced racism, official corruption, and troubled interactions between men and women. ”
—Publishers Weekly on The Honest Folk of Guadeloupe