Athens, Georgia magazine Flagpole reviewed Bradley Bazzle's recently published (and first!) novel Trash Mountain as part of a short summer reading list. "With a finely drawn young protagonist, Ben, and a gigantic dump next door to his home . . . [the mountain of trash] is the central character in this book, a multifaceted character that encompasses and compresses all the strands of modern life," reviewer Pete McCommons writes. McCommons concludes, "This is a fine, fun, highly original book. Even though its author is from around here, it’s not an Athens book in subject matter. Rather, it is universal in its reach into the human heart and in its effort to find treasure amid the trash." Read the entire review here.