"I finished this book and turned right back to the first page to start it again. Like the wilderness into which Claire Fuller's characters disappear, "Our Endless Numbered Days" is rigged with barbs and poisons, tricks and tragedies. It's weird and wild and sometimes terrifying, but it's also beautiful and heartbreaking and breathlessly alive."
–Amy Stewart, author of "New York Times" Bestseller "The Drunken Botanist"
"This young girl's harrowing experience growing up in the wilderness and living only with her father establishes that what's more terrifying than the perils of nature is being made captive by the ideals of one's parents. The lasting impression of "Our Endless Numbered Days," which gracefully seesaws back and forth between two different time periods, however, is not one of how horrid an experience can be, but how resourceful and resilient the human psyche can become in order to survive. Fuller eschews the conventional means of providing labored explanations of emotions, and in its place deftly relies on the power of description to invoke genuine feeling. The result is beautiful. It will keep you turning the pages, and long afterwards it will keep you turning over in your mind the events in this haunting story."
–Yannick Murphy, author of "The Call" and "This Is the Water"
"Graciously written and capriciously imagined, "Our Endless Numbered Days" holds up a magnifying lens to the human spirit and deftly captures both its fragility and its resilience. The brilliant ending, like the best endings do, casts new light on all that comes before it."
–Cathy Marie Buchanan, author of "The Painted Girls"
""Our Endless Numbered Days" is suspenseful, utterly riveting, and as dark as midnight in the forest."
–Rebecca Hunt, author of "Everland" and "Mr. Chartwell"
"A poignant tale of Peggy Hillcoat, an eight year old girl, who is taken into the forest to live by her survivalist father. He tells her that they are the only two people left in the world. Her struggle to deal with this change in her life is compelling and keeps you turning the pages to see what is going to happen next. There are twists and turns and secrets to learn. Great story!"
–Stephanie, Page and Palette
"The last pages were something else! Can't wait to sell it next spring."
–Javier Ramirez, The Book Table