• A dazzling, crazy-quilt monument to the imagination

    Paul Auster, New York Times
  • An eccentric, madly ambitious scheme to display life all at once. The product of a hectically ingenious intelligence, like James Joyce's

    Victoria Glendinning, The Times
  • Amazing, moving and lovable

    New Statesman
  • The finest novel to appear in French since Beckett's trilogy

    Times Literary Supplement
  • Very funny and very sad... A treasure-chest of stories, something to be enjoyed by anyone who has ever responded to works on the same scale and in the same spirit as Rabelais and Chaucer and Sterne


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