Dan Kois called the book “sharp, funny, and deeply wise.”
Early reviews are coming in for Bedbugs, and they are very good, indeed.
Vanity Fair includes the book in their September “hot type” column, calling it “a diabolical tale of paranoia and domestic unrest.”
Publishers Weekly says the book is ” by turns gruesome and compelling, fueled by a slow-burn tension, and full of in-jokes about contemporary Brooklyn culture, Winters’s breezy summer read will leave readers compulsively scratching.”
The Booklist review (not available online, alas), says “The author of the monster mash-up hit Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters offers up a chilling tale of life in the perfect New York abode gone horribly wrong…Winters expertly builds suspense in this chilling thriller.”
And Penthouse Magazine (of all places) says “This creepy story is expertly told, and will having you scratching imaginary itches long after you finish reading.”