- “Again and Again is an emotionally powerful book with so many vital ideas packed in the pages…” Read more at Jen’s Book Thoughts
- “This is a VERY intricate and complex realistic look at rape, rape survivors and attackers… A book serving as a tool demonstrating the damages of rape/date rape – emotionally, psychologically, physically, the difficulties legally through compelling and empathetic characters…” Read more at Raven Haired Girl
- “…excellent book. I’ve been on a kick with books revolving around the political and justice system and I’m always left feeling a little bit jaded. …
But I highly recommend this. I think you’ll really enjoy it.” Read more at Sara’s Organized Chaos
- “Again and Again will definitely make you angry, it will make you think about what you would do if you were in Deborah’s place and there was not a clear “right” answer, and it will make you want to hand it to every college-bound young woman (or man) you know. Finally, it will make you turn the pages–eager to get to the end to learn the resolution, and you will still be thinking about it long after the last page is turned.” Read more at Kahakai Kitchen.
- “A political drama with an interesting twist…. This is Ellen Bravo’s first fiction and I loved it!” Read more at Kritters Ramblings.
- “Again and Again is a thoughtful, well written novel about the effects of date rape, how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go. I encourage anyone to read this.” Read more at Girls Just Reading.
- “I think what touched me the most about this book is how easily rape can be swept under the rug….But what really had me captivated was the friendship between Deborah and her best friend and roommate Liddie. This book moves between their college days and their present day as adults and despite the very heavy topics there is also a lot of heart. Ellen Bravo did a great job of winding the two together. Pick this book up and take the time to really read it. It’s important and it’s so good.” Read more at Why Girls are Weird.
- “Again and Again was a real eye opener into the reality of life as a rape victim. Not an easy topic to address, Ellen Bravo handled it with aplomb…. I found it a little bit unbelievable that the story her first as the writing was so wonderful.” Read more at Novel Escapes.