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Reviews

  • Fantastic, hilarious... verbal pyrotechnics, supported by a fecund imagination of the first order

    The Times
  • How to Forget is a genuinely funny romp through some of the darker areas of the human mind and some of the more life-threatening areas of mentalism and magic. An engaging and good-hearted read

    A L Kennedy
  • A smorgasbord of romantic romp, pseudo-scholarship, urban melodrama and metafictional mystery

    Time Out
  • Highly entertaining yet intelligent comic novel...Brill's sense of fun is evident on every page

    Times Literary Supplement
  • An absurd, hilarious, spy-cum-action-cum-postmodern thriller, it is incredibly clever without showing off, self-referential without being self-congratulatory, and a damn good read. Fantastic

    The List

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