"Kimberly Scott has achieved that rarest of goals for an author: a sophomore novel that surpasses her amazing debut. Scott's incomparable novels have that train-wreck fascination that hooks all of us; as events unfold, we want to look away and miss the tragedy, but are irresistibly drawn to watch."
Senior Reviewer, Black Gate Magazine
"On the Bus brings to life Boston in the forced busing crisis of the 1970s. Amid the rage and violence, there were sometimes moments of genuine human contact and occasional flashes of profound moral courage. You'll never forget these characters. Don't wait for the movie."
Author of The Third Lion
"Kimberly Scott skillfully reminds us that the Boston busing crisis tore apart families as well as a city."
Los Angeles Times
"Characters'...acts of cowardice, cruelty, and courage interweave to create a tragic tapestry of Shakespearean proportions."