Junot Díaz says Rita Indiana is "one of a kind." Kirkus: PAPI is "masterfully drawn."

Of my client Rita Indiana's debut English language novel PAPI, Junot Díaz says, "As Delirious as it is powerful, PAPI is a harrowing vision of a daughter trapped in the underworld of her father. Rita Indiana is one of a kind."

From Kirkus Review:

Most children believe their parents are perfect, and the realization that they aren’t typically comes as something of a shock.

But the 8-year-old unnamed protagonist of Dominican writer Indiana’s English-language debut is not typical. In fact, she’s always had mixed feelings about Papi, the father who can bring her from agony to exultation in the course of an afternoon….

Read more from this Kirkus Review of Rita Indiana’s English-language debut PAPI.