Reviews

  • "Faulks is beyond doubt a master"

    Financial Times
  • "A novelist with muscle, with affinities to the great Europeans"

    The Times
  • "The best novelist of his generation"

    Allan Massie, Scotsman
  • "If you've seen Anthony Minghella's 1991 film Truly Madly Deeply, you'll remember the lovely man, Michael Maloney, who breathes vim back into widow Juliet Stevenson's life. With a ragbag of note-perfect accents and infinite, understated charm, Maloney does the same for the audio version of Sebastian Faulks's new novel, Engleby...Engleby is not someone you want to spend much time with, unlike Maloney, whose subtle, faultless narration you'll want to listen to for hours."

    FT Magazine
  • "Sebastian Faulks's Engleby is read by Michael Maloney, who makes Mike Engleby chippy, offhand, disconnected and seriously weird by turn...a compelling, disconcerting listen as you search for the truth only Engleby knows."

    Express