Noyes creates an eerie mood and limns a hauntingly vivid landscape; against this rich backdrop, her characters explore and test the bounds of their identities and their relationships.
—The Horn Book
[A] rich and haunting premise.
Noyes portrays life in the Middle Ages and the realities of the Black Death in rich detail… Elements of romance, history, and horror could appeal to a wide range of readers…
Dark, deceptive, seductive, and haunting, Deborah Noyes’ Plague in the Mirror is a novel rich in history.
—El Paso Times