“Krecklow has written a story that becomes more timely every day as we grow more and more connected to one another without looking at each other.

Read the full review in Glassworks.

“Krecklow’s story has this very good sideways approach to discussing morality. Just because a writer CAN tell a story, SHOULD it be told?”

Read the full review in Bending Genres.

“The Expanse Between manages to bridge the gap between the moving, gorgeous prose great literary fiction offers and the fast-paced, edgy excitement that thrillers are known for.”

Read the full review in American Book Review.

“Voyeurism as inspiration is the engine powering Lee L. Krecklow’s debut novel … Krecklow is especially good at describing emotional states as they arise from failed love and crumbled marriages.”

Read the full review in The Shepherd Express. 

“We assume there is always some kind of push-pull between the reader and those we are reading about, and that a story such as this, which is comprised of damaged parents, violence, the frustration of work that doesn’t work, and desperate artists yearning for inspiration can’t help but pull us in.”

Read the full review in This Blog Will Change Your Life.

“This impressive debut novel from Wisconsinite Lee L. Krecklow raises interesting questions about storytelling and privacy rights … a nifty bit of metafiction, questioning the relationship between fiction and reality.”

Read the full review in Change Seven Magazine.