Reviews

  • Debi Gliori's first novel is an unbridled fantasy with elements of the Addams family, a hint of Gormenghast and overtones of the mafia, together with computer technology and some parody, all blended into a heavy brew that is laugh-out-loud funny

    The Bookseller
  • It's a gallimaufry of ghastly, giggly stuff

    Financial Times
  • Fluent and energetic

    The Sunday Times
  • Features one of the most eccentric families in children's fiction . . . A rollicking red, which rapidly draws the reader into its strange and gothic world

    Waterstones Books Quarterly
  • Wonderful stuff

    Daily Telegraph

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