"An introspective novel that reveals the depths of human connection and the struggle to overcome loneliness and trauma."
-- Kirkus Reviews
"Two strangers, both Americans, meet in Paris with heavy hearts to form the basis for a fine literary novel, "Printz," by Maryann D'Agincourt."
-- David Hendricks, San Antonio Express-News
"That great masterpieces fascinate D'Agincourt and inform that writing is clear.
That the author can parse the strokes that crafted those works of art and reassemble them into subtle, character-driven narratives is a gift.
And like a painting, "Printz," is a gift of a novel layered through multiple viewings."
-- Tom Mayer, Mountain Times
"Printz is a moving lyrical novel that tells the story of two emotionally wounded people who find one another unexpectedly in Paris. Haunting and occasionally melancholy, this beautiful novel depicts the attempt to find redemption from grief."
-- Antanas Sileika, author of Underground and Director of the Humber School for Writers