David Bajo’s  Panopticon is an ethereal, well-crafted, and quietly disturbing novel, a book that slices creepily through its characters’ pasts to uncover aspects of a technologically warped present that are equally riveting and unnerving because of their pervasiveness. –The Brooklyn Rail

Bajo now returns with Panopticon, an eerie mystery about the illicit thrill of grassroots surveillance. –The Globe and Mail

These are fantastic tales of shape shifting, of devils in the guise of well-dressed men, and other bogeyman fare. – American Book Review