Book Reviews

An exciting new voice has just burst onto the scene. With muscular prose and characters that seem to jump right off the page, Howard Pollack delivers a high octane story that will leave readers breathless as they navigate the twists and turns. EVERYWHERE THAT TOMMY GOES is a winner. 

- Ellen Meister, author of FAREWELL, DOROTHY PARKER


In a genre that is quickly becoming over-saturated, Howard Pollack bursts through with a psychological thriller that reminds us why we can’t get enough of it. The setup seems initially predictable but Pollack’s prose is enough to draw the reader far enough in to realize that this anything
but hackneyed. Everywhere That Tommy Goes moves quickly without being breezy. Just as we’re beginning to navigate the personalities of the protagonists—Tommy Sullivan and Troyer Savage—everything turns upside down in an instant and chaos ensues. From that point forward, it’s impossible to put it down and the reader never has a chance to recover. You’re strapped in and along for the ride. Pollack maintains a consistently interesting and edgy narrative and winds up
pulling together a terrific modern thriller. To say anything more would do a disservice to any curious fan of this genre. Suffice to say, nothing is what it seems. Everywhere That Tommy Goes is terrifying, frustrating and unpredictable and is written with the confidence of a seasoned storyteller. Therefore, the most unpredictable thing about it might be that it is Pollack’s debut. 

 - Long Island Press


a novel by Howard K. Pollack