“Cami is twenty-nine and enviously successful. Her first novel was a sleeper hit, turning Cami into a best-selling author and minor celebrity. Based on outward appearances, Cami has it all, but underneath the façade, she’s fading fast….Cami’s character is more in line with the gritty female protagonists found in mainstream fiction, reminding me closely of Gillian Flynn’s Camille Preaker or Amy Dunne from Sharp Objects and Gone Girl, respectively. Further, Simonds’ writing is equally raw and uncompromised, not shying away from Cami’s promiscuity and substance abuse. Again, All In feels more like the mercilessly-honest styles of current literary stars like Ottessa Moshfegh and Celeste Ng, and not at all like a Christian Fiction novel.”
Online Book Club Reviewer

August 2019
Morgan James Publishing