Odyssey Magazine Review

Odyssey Magazine says, “What sets Rouman’s novel, Underwater Dreams, apart is his insight into immigrant life in small town America … A laudable effort … an interesting addition to the literature of the Greek American immigrant experience.”

Kirkus Review

“The most intimate—and interesting—sections of the novel are the descriptions of anesthesiology: ‘We have a connection to our patients no other doctors have… when they’re asleep there’s a constant dialogue going on between us… only the linguistics are different… It’s almost a spiritual thing that’s hard to explain.'” —Kirkus Review of Underwater Dreams