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  • The best novelist of his generation

    Scotsman
  • A conventionally-told tale in an unconventional narrative form

    Financial Times
  • Faulks writes with great emotional authority... There are the same escapist pleasures, too: meals are described in rapt, mouthwatering detail, whitewashed villages and Mediterranean seascapes brought to such vivid life that you want to jump on the nearest aeroplane and see them for yourself

    Sunday Times
  • Sebastian Faulks's third and most magnificent novel is a 'feel-good' experience from cover to cover

    Daily Mail
  • Elevated by some delicate prose, particularly in evocation of childhood and adolescence, A Fool's Alphabet is a poignant and highly readable novel that runs the gamut of experience from well, from A to Z

    Herald

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