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Here's what the critics are saying about The Cusp of Dreams.

"A sequence of fast-moving stories about the competitive, inhumane world of corporate America. Sheets knows this environment from the inside out and recreates the verbal bluster, stunted emotions, and real pain of her characters with great authenticity. She is the John Cheever of sales management."
—Christoph Irmscher, professor of English at Indiana University; author of Public Poet, Private Man: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow at 200 and The Poetics of Natural History: From John Bartram to William James
"Diana Sheets's slate-hard realism in The Cusp of Dreams, an unvarnished look at the predatory world of American corporate combat, serves as a welcome antidote to the often frivolous word-games of extreme postmodern experimental fiction. The last chapter brings Gatsby's funeral to mind."
—Howard Wolf, Emeritus Professor and Senior Fellow, Department of English, State University of New York at Buffalo; author of Far-Away Places: Lessons in Exile
"In The Cusp of Dreams, Diana Sheets unveils in one lively vignette after another the human comedy of life in sales. People operate on assumptions that just aren't so, they inflate the banal stuff of their affairs to dramatic proportions, and everybody schemes. For Sheets, the lesson is this: 'you never, ever, have a clue as far as people are concerned.'"
—Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University; author of The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future
"Sheets has written a novel that is sociological, dealing with the greed of corporate culture and the unrealistic expectations in sales, and psychological, addressing the concerns of modern men and women in the skullduggery of sales and business. A roller coaster of a rideā€¦.Read it over the weekend and weep."
—Michael F. Shaughnessy, professor of psychology, Eastern New Mexico University at Portales; editor of Stress in the Year 2010 and Beyond