Ahead of the US release of The Hope Fault in October, Foreword Reviews magazine has given it a starred review in their September/October 2018 issue.
Tracy Farr’s carefully crafted literary novel The Hope Fault explores what family means when it’s placed beside the weight of history. […] The Hope Fault is a riveting novel that elegantly achieves a vision of family and history that lingers beyond the page.
—Jeremiah Rood @ForewordReviews
Foreword Reviews is a quarterly magazine featuring reviews of books from independent and university presses. They also reviewed my first novel, The Life and Loves of Lena Gaunt, featuring it in the story ‘8 new novelists push boundaries’.