Reviews

  • A delight: a boisterous, kindly, deep, sweet romp of a thing

    Scotsman
  • Absolutely beautiful... As far as I'm concerned he's emerging as the William Faulkner of British fiction: somebody who's created a body of work that has not only animated a language but a period and a place... He has this incredible talent

    Andrew O'Hagan
  • This is the best Scottish fiction since Lanark

    Scottish Review of Books
  • Morally sensitive, exquisitely written and emotionally mature

    Guardian
  • If you still haven’t read it from last year, Alan Warner’s The Deadman’s Pedal was out in paperback in this. Read it

    Janice Galloway, Scotsman

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