"Pignat explores the sensitive issue of bullying from three different perspectives, weaving the narratives together to give the reader a sense of plot without overdoing any particular scene. . . At the climax of the story, the bullying escalates to a life-threatening incident, and the impact affects all three of the protagonists. With a sensitive ending that does justice to the characters, the situation, and reality, the issues are supported by Pignat's clear prose and sensitive treatment of the perspectives of three very different characters."
-- "CM Magazine"
"Teens will empathize with the characters and see the personality types inherent within themselves or in their schools."
-- "School Library Journal"
." . . a sensitive examination of bullying and its psychological roots."
"The novel is satisfying and provocative, leaving readers with much food for thought. Hopefully more titles are on the horizon from this gifted writer."
--" The StarPhoenix" (Saskatoon)
""Egghead" is a sensitive portrayal of the dynamics behind bullying, peer pressure, and search for identity."
-- "The Bureau County Republican"