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“This groundbreaking book explores something I’ve always suspected: that wellness harbors a dark side impacting women’s self-esteem, body image, and mental health. The Gospel of Wellness takes a much-needed magnifying glass to an industry left unchecked.”

— Rachel Bloom, Golden Globe winner for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and author of I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are

“Writing with authority and empathy, Raphael tells a disturbing story of taking a good thing and then overdoing it. ”

Kirkus, Starred Review

“Next-level revelatory… You’ll never look at an Instagram ad for organic face wash the same way again.”

— Sarah Knight, New York Times bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck

“[A]n inspiring guide that will appeal to health enthusiasts fed up with the usual ‘10-step fitness plan or . . . two-week diet.’ . . . Harding’s book will leave readers with much to ponder and . . . an encouraging rationale for treating others more kindly.”

Publishers Weekly 

“Amid the clanging political noise about Obamacare, Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance, and thieving pharmaceutical companies, Kelli Harding stands apart from the horde . . .”

Washington Post 

“In this brilliant and delightfully practical book, Dr. Kelli Harding unveils the hidden factors that determine our health and well-being. . . . The Rabbit Effect’s radical argument is that the most promising remedies for our biomedical problems will come from the social world, not the doctor’s office or pharmaceutical lab.”

— Eric Klinenberg, #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of Modern Romance and author of Palaces for the People

“Reclaim Your Brain presents a practical and accessible guide to integrating current perspectives on mind and brain by melding well-constructed case examples into a user-friendly path toward self-help. Dr Annibali has a clear perspective on how to find your own identity apart from your deceptive brain messages.”

— Jeffrey Schwartz M.D., Author of You Are Not Your Brain and Brain Lock

“A well-rounded discussion of common mental problems and strategies for dealing with them.”

Kirkus Reviews

“Readers of this book will be surprised to learn how much they can really do for themselves to calm their busy brains once they know how their brains work.”

— Daniel G. Amen, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Developmental Edit


“The essential policy book of the year.”

Washington Post

“A brilliant diagnosis of how the American dream has dissolved, and what might be done to resurrect it.”

— Charles Ferguson, director of Inside Job

“[This] book deserves the widest possible audience, for having nailed the most powerful and underappreciated economic trend of our era, thereby inviting a discussion of the political opportunities.”

— Robert Kuttner, American Prospect

Manuscript Evaluation


“Johanna Stoberock’s second novel is a grotesque and luminous thriller with a big, swashbuckling allegory at its core, and Stoberock’s own magic trick is to populate the island with characters sufficiently rich to elevate the novel far beyond parable or admonition. It’s a beautiful book that I can’t wait to reread.”

— Ted Scheinman, Pacific Standard

“A superbly crafted and thoroughly reader absorbing novel by an author with a genuine flair for originality….”

Midwest Book Review