The Unfortunates is an Evening Standard Paperback of the Year.
The Unfortunates is a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Award Finalist.
The Unfortunates is long listed for the National Book Critic's Circle John Leonard Award for debut authors.
The Unfortunates is a 2015 Washington Post Notable Fiction Book.
The Unfortunates is shortlisted for the 2015 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize.
Slate's 23 Best Lines of the year.
"Capitalism's Tragic Ironies: an interview over at the beautifully relaunched Literary Bennington.
A brief look at The Center For Fiction's first novel nominees books of early influence at LitHub.
The Chicago Tribune's Biblioracle feels gratitude.
"This may be the literary beach read of 2015." Lale Arikoglu and The Observer come to the book party.
Paste Magazine's 15 best fiction books of 2015 so far.
The Week recommends The Unfortunates.
"A witty saga of decadence and corruption." Entertainment Weekly makes The Unfortunates #3 on their Must List.
Time Magazine's six beach reads to transport you this summer.
Greed, ambition, and the story behind the book at Gotham Magazine.
An interview at Bookkeeping about reading, writing, and eating books.
Bloomberg Business Week recommends The Unfortunates if you liked Pride and Prejudice.
Paste Magazine includes The Unfortunates in eighteen of the best new books for June.
Travel and Leisure puts The Unfortunates in a gorgeous pile of best summer beach reads.
A talk with Megan Labrise about unlikable characters over at Kirkus.
The Unfortunates is a Barnes & Noble Summer 2015 Discover Great New Writers Selection.
The Unfortunates is a Greenlight Bookstore's June First Edition Club pick.
Publishers Marketplace selects The Unfortunates as a 2015 Buzz Book.