"Henry Allen is a Rhetorical Barnstormer" Writes Jack Greer in His Review of Where We Lived.
November 8, 2017
"In a short space Where We Lived puts on display what Henry Allen does best, not just chronicling American life, but lifting the curtain, putting his finger on the pulse, nailing it. Allen has the reader nodding, thinking yes, that’s it, that’s the way it was." Jack Greer says in a Goodreads review. "In this touching remembrance, while we watch the inner machinations of an American family, we glimpse a portrait of the artist as a young boy, as an emerging man, as a seasoned talent. And as always with Henry Allen, the journey is entertaining, jarring, and insightful all along the way."