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Reviews

  • A powerfully written, well-documented polemic reminding us of how 20 million humans were starved, murdered or totured to death by Uncle Joe

    Daily Mail
  • More than any of his contemporaries, Amis writes things that you want to remember and repeat: he is original

    New Statesman
  • Amis uses all the tricks of his well-mastered trade to make readable what is almost unreadable, indeed hardly bearable... A disturbing book...but a book I was very glad to have read

    Financial Times
  • Martin Amis' book will not date...it is wise, witty and saturated with saeva indignatio, the only adequate response to tyranny

    Literary Review
  • What's best about him is his style. He is never dull

    John Carey, Sunday Times

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