Publishers Weekly, "Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2020"
"Anderson offers vivid, personal glimpses of her stepbrother ... providing a colorful picture .... [An] earnest and enlightening memoir."—Publishers Weekly
"An illuminating portrait of an artist lost in the mists of history and mystery."—Kirkus
"Annye Anderson's lush, vivid memories from Robert Johnson's home base give the bluesman a personal dimension like never before. How he walked, the pomade in his hair, his protection of his guitar. The aura of mystery remains, but with Brother Robert, Johnson gains character and context, and becomes more of a person than we've ever known this specter to be."—Robert Gordon, author of Can't Be Satisfied: The Life and Times of Muddy Waters and It Came From Memphis