Reviews

  • Thrilling in every respect, but also hypnotic, fast-moving and intellectually challenging . . . Quite staggeringly good.

    Daily Mail
  • It entertains us while it reflects with great profundity on the human condition . . . one of the best novelists around.

    Piers Paul Read, Spectator
  • Nicolson describes it as 'a thriller about the meaning of life' and that's pretty accurate . . . A genuinely thought-provoking read.

    Mail on Sunday
  • Very good . . . Kafka lurks in the background through all this but Nicholson successfully contrives to supplant that author's fatalism with a hard-won optimism concerning how to remain human amid inhumanity.

    The Times
  • A pacy, tense and often funny read.

    Daily Telegraph

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