"Like Alice Sebold's best-seller, The Lovely Bones (2002), Lindsay's novel is set in heaven, and like Sebold, Lindsay makes the afterlife believable and robust. . . . It is touching, humorous, and ultimately sweet. A lovely, enjoyable read."
"A beautiful story. . . . Ms. Lindsay had me hooked from the first line of the first paragraph. The beauty and wonder of Diving Through Clouds is experienced in the author's writing. I found myself awed by and envying her skill as wordsmith. From Kate's self-deprecating humor, her sorrow and anger at revealed secrets, to descriptive passages that help the reader see and feel each scene, Ms. Lindsay's prose is pure, revelatory."
- Midwest Book Review
"Lively dialogue and an affecting portrayal of a boy who desperately needs grandmotherly guidance."
- Kirkus Reviews