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  • 'It is extraordinary that Robert Edric's fiction isn't more widely acclaimed...true to its title this is a work of bleak accomplishment'

    The Sunday Times
  • 'The agony, the despair and the madness of war, with its troubled aftermath, emerge with a fierceness and starkness...a fine achievement, not swiftly forgotten'

    Scotland on Sunday
  • 'Like one of those dreams where you can come awake, and then fall asleep and continue where you left off'

    The Times
  • 'I would defy anyone not to sit down and read to the end'

    Literary Review
  • Edric writes a spare craggy prose . . . makes much contemporary fiction that concentrates on the urban wastes of today seem self-indulgent, sentimental and frivolous

    Allan Massie, Scotsman

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