Below are some of the wonderful reviews it has received.
“The novel is a master class on income equality on a psychological, emotional and tangible level, but it’s never reduced to pedagogy or truth-telling. Instead, Powers focuses on the intertwined destinies of these fascinating characters, delivering a first-rate financial thriller in the process.”
—BestThrillers (full review below)
From Publishers Weekly/BookLife:
“The text is incredibly detailed, covering each character’s thoughts, actions, and motives in remarkable depth…The focus on character motivation elevates this beyond a typical thriller — Manny and Rich are well-crafted and original characters. Despite the crime-heavy subject matter, this is a character-driven story, and Powers does a successful job of slowly developing each man’s reasoning, desires, and limitations.”
“…In the end, I read The Attendant in one sitting with no breaks. I simply could not stop turning the pages!”
—Elizabeth Gauffreau, Author: Telling Sonny
“If Tom Wolfe and David Mamet had a baby, it would be The Attendant – a witty, scathing thriller about class, love and what most of us would do for a million dollars.”
—Joan Sauers, Author: Forgetiquette: What to do when someone you love begins to forget.
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