Reviews

  • "Fowles's mind is as lively, tangy and quirkily textured as Stilton"

    Observer
  • "A splendidly uplifting book"

    Richard Mabey
  • "Anyone familiar with books such as The French Lieutenant's Woman and The Magus will already know that Fowles is a perceptive and intelligent writer, but this collection shows him to be as fascinating and entertaining in his non-fiction as he is in his novels. Indeed, Wormholes is something of an embarassment of riches, there are so many marvellous things in here"

    Hampstead & Highgate Express
  • "John Fowles is a magnificent novelist who has written two masterpieces but who has a reluctance to give precise endings to his stories... In the wise and beautifully written essays and biographical pieces of Wormholes he indicates why this is so"

    Daily Telegraph