"A nascent nation, in all its moral complexities, is apprehended through the lives of members of an isolated middle colonies community on the edge of the frontier in this moving and important historical novel."
-MaryEllen Beveridge, author of After the Hunger: Stories
"A haunting, eloquent, and engaging historical drama."
"Chateau Laux is a bittersweet story of tragedy, found family, and reconciliation . . . an engrossing novel."
-Aimee Jodoin, Foreword Reviews
"Chateau Laux is a timeless, entrancing, compelling and elegant work of art."
-D.K. Marley, Historical Fiction Press
"This beautiful piece of storytelling . . . will forever touch a reader's heart and soul."
-Mark Zvonkovic, author of A Lion in the Grass and The Narrows;
Reviewers Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review
-Jessica Lucci, author of The Watch City Trilogy;
reviewer for Reedsy discovery
"This engaging historical drama masterpiece . . . effortlessly blends history and culture with recurring themes of good and evil. David Loux impeccably portrays the unpredictability of life, the importance of human morals, and the value of reconciliation with loved ones."
-Kristy Khem, OnlineBookClub
"A gripping story of love, loss and survival that's made even stronger for its roots in real events. It's a riveting read . . ."
-D.Donovan, Senior Reviewer, MBR Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review
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"The poetic turn of phrase and such elegance deserves recognition, for it is not just a novel that Loux has penned, but a masterpiece . . ."
-Ellie Yarde, The Coffee Pot Book Club
"Loux writes with panache . . ."
-booklife by Publishers Weekly
"I could not stop reading this novel."
-Brittany Wellman, Independent Reviewer