Reviews

  • This is a novel that wears its learning lightly. The extensive research is woven seamlessly into the plot and illuminates the setting

    Philippa Gregory, Independent
  • This is a marvellously vivid and enterataining evocation of Cromwellian and Restoration England. Mount paints from a rich palette, but the brushwork is stylishly economical... When is a historical novel not a historical novel? When it is written by Ferdinand Mount. He is in danger of giving the genre a good name'

    Ian McIntyre, The Times
  • The story smoothly takes in the Dutch wars, the Plague and Fire... It includes hellish episodes in a groaning Bedlam, as well as sylvan scenes of sport and the superior delights of the metropolis... Mount gives JEM a fluent, allusive prose with a period flavour that avoids pastiche...vivid...powerful

    Sunday Times

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