Schnall has written a book that is smart and timely, offering an incisive take on the changing opportunities for women in the workplace with a number of satisfying surprises. Feels perfect for fans of Beatriz Williams and Liza Klaussmann.

Taylor Jenkins Reid, acclaimed author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

A charming, inspiring tale, crossing two generations of ambitious young women, striving against the odds to make their mark, find happiness―and figure out, decades apart, if it’s ever possible to do both.

Nicola Kraus, co-author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Nanny Diaries

This page-turner is finely balanced by a heartwarming journey that spans decades. I couldn’t put it down.

Amy Sue Nathan, author of Left to Chance

The Subway Girls is a joyous romp through 1950s New York City, with a magnetic cast of characters you’ll root for from page one. Dazzling and delicious.

Fiona Davis, author of The Address and The Dollhouse

Schnall effortlessly weaves past and present in a tale of two women striving for their dreams in the cutthroat NYC advertising world. With a fascinating concept and characters you’ll root for, The Subway Girls had me racing to its satisfying conclusion.

Kristin Contino, author of Legacy of Us

Susie Orman Schnall seamlessly moves between the present and past, weaving together the stories of two different women facing the timeless decisions of love, career, and happiness.

Orly Konig-Lopez, author of The Distance Home

The intriguing stories of two formidable women, Charlotte and Olivia, intertwine in Susie Orman Schnall’s latest, a fast-paced, clever novel filled with romantic possibilities, high-stakes decisions, and harsh realities. Perfect for fans of Fiona Davis’s The Dollhouse, this engrossing tale highlights the role that ambition, sexism, and true love will forever play in women’s lives.

Amy Poeppel, author of Small Admissions

This is a must read for fans of modern-day fiction and historical fiction alike. There is so much to love in this story – all the satisfying nostalgia of the post-war advertising world, and all the excitement of present-day New York.

Lynda Cohen Loigman, author of The Two-Family House