Sonia Nair reviewed The Hope Fault for the Australian Book Review (September 2017, no. 394).
The minutiae and messiness of family life as it comes together and unravels time and time again are delicately rendered in Tracy Farr’s second novel, The Hope Fault. The unrelenting rain that forms the lugubrious backdrop for much of the novel conjures up the same rich, atmospheric setting of the late Georgia Blain’s Between a Wolf and a Dog (2016) …
— Sonia Nair, ABR
Read the review in print in the September 2017 issue of ABR, or at ABR online (the full review is subscriber-only, but the first two paragraphs are freely available): ‘Sonia Nair reviews ‘The Hope Fault’ by Tracy Farr’.