"Sweet-tempered and hopeful, Swain Wolfe's novel is controlled and entertaining."
--Stephen Stark, Washington Post
"A timeless fable about human nature, and a hauntingly sweet story you'll remember."
--Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph
"Wolfe writes with enough grace that you never feel preached at but you do feel convinced."
"A kind of mutant message down under the last frontier."
"The Woman Who Lives in the Earth is finding a home in the hearts and minds of those who have read it."
--Salt Lake Tribune
"His sensitivity to the earth and nature are brought to us through the eyes of a child with innocence, wonder and an appreciation of beauty."
--Stewart M. Bradborg, former director of the Wilderness Society and environmentalist
"This moral for our times, written in sparse, poetic prose, is a tale of the good and evil within our hearts. Its mystical qualities make it a truly unique work that will gain a loyal following of readers who return to it again and again."
"This book imparts wisdom and hope, even to the cynical mind."
"A deep and flowing stream which reveals the beauty of our soul and the magic of our spirit."
--Brooke Medicine Eagle
"Enchanting fantasy with lean and powerful writing."
"The Woman Who Lives in the Earth is a stunning fable which relays the repercussions when humanity disregards its relationship with the environment. A beautiful, thought-provoking tale intertwining fear and hope. It's in the same league as The Little Prince and The Alchemist. Read it!"
--Denise Boggs, Native Ecosystems Council
"I take the risk of putting you off with what might seem like excessive praise for this book, but I do so in the hope that my enthusiasm will have you trying it for yourself. And once you've read it, I don't doubt you'll be pressing it into the hands of your favorite people as well."
---Charles de Lint, Fantasy & Science Fiction