“By turns hilarious and poignant…Suisman’s comedic novel will charm readers with its endearingly eccentric characters and its slice-of-life portrait of a disreputable corner of New York State…A charming, funny novel.” Full review
“An often delightful and engaging tale that will make readers want to move to the author’s heartwarming fictional town…incredibly funny.” Full review
“Arnold Falls has the feel of an instant classic, with shades of Richard Russo and T.C. Boyle but a sweetness and optimism that sets it apart. Charming, delightful, and endless fun, the novel is a considerable achievement from a noteworthy new talent.” Full review
“A kaleidoscopic, funny and compassionate tale of small town life and human fallibility, written in prose that is lyrical, compelling and compassionate.” Full review
“A madcap environment that reads both as an escapist delight and a tribute to friendships…Arnold Falls is an original, cozy album of disparate stories whose eccentric characters navigate a bustling upstate setting.” -Foreword Reviews Full review
“A visit to Arnold Falls is a smart, funny, effervescent literary escapade well-worth the taking. With Mayberry heart and P’town hipness, this is small-town life at its best. Recommended!” Full Review
“A quirky ensemble piece, with memorable characters, budding and lifelong friendships and a sharp, good-natured sense of humour throughout.” Full review
“Brings back fun and enjoyment into the world…Miss this one, ladies and gentlemen, and you’ll miss out on something really special!” Full review
“A fun, always engaging story packed full of unforgettably odd characters…an endless supply of belly laughs. Highly recommended.”
Arnold Falls is a comic novel that tips its hat to
Armistead Maupin and P. G. Wodehouse, creating a world in which food, music, friendship, love, and tending your own garden
are connected in surprising ways.
Winner of a 2020 IPPY
Finalist in the Literary Fiction category of the 2020 American Fiction Awards.