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Reviews

  • She writes beautifully, as always, and the phrase-making is as good as the characterisation...brilliant

    Sunday Telegraph
  • A delightful novel

    Scotsman
  • These Foolish Things, a kind of less savage version of Kingsley Amis's unbearably funny novel Ending Up. Moggach's prose is markedly more graceful than Agatha Christie's, her moral world is not dissimilar

    The Times
  • It is characterisation at which Moggach excels. Her gift is to perceive and describe our confusions about life-and to write with feeling about the continual quest for love and happiness that is part of the human condition

    Sunday Times
  • Moggach has served us a treat with this novel. Moving, sincere, funny, terrifying in places, it is a truthful view of old age and what it brings

    Independent on Sunday

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