Drip: A Gothic Bromance reviews

The Midwest Book Review write up for Drip

A deftly crafted novel of wit and originality, “Drip: A Gothic Bromance” by Andrew Montlack is a clever and inherently fascinating read by an author with a genuine flair for narrative driven fiction. While highly recommended, especially for community library Contemporary General Fiction collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Drip: A Gothic Bromance” is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $3.99).
— The Midwest Book Review

5th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published ebook Awards Review for Drip

In Drip: A Gothic Bromance, a genre novel by Andrew Montlack, we are presented with a humorous take on the corporate world, our national obsession with coffee and the things we do to, and for, the people we call friends. The title for the novel seems to this reader to be clipped and potentially humorous, an intriguing way to initiate a sense of the tone and theme of the work to come. The characters here are fully realized, vivid and alive, and often do surprising things – or do / say things that are very human, which can be rare. I especially like George, who comes across as understated and revelatory, with subtlety and nuance. The dialogue here is particularly solid, sounding realistic and still readable, aiding the characterization and adding layers of nuance to the proceedings. The overall design of the book is professional. It features an interior layout that is clean and clear with text design on each page that is readable and crisp. Also, the cover image for the book is compelling and well designed, with a dash of humor among the artfulness. The dialogue here is particularly solid, sounding realistic and still readable, aiding the characterization and adding layers of nuance to the proceedings. The narrative is tightly woven and compelling, moving at a fast pace while still allowing the reader to experience a true depth of characterization as they develop a full appreciation of the events as they take place.
— Judge, 5th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards.