• Religion, sex and mania bursting hoof-footed from suburban doors

    Fay Weldon
  • Not since The Catcher in the Rye has there been such a believable portrayal of male puberty. The quality of story-telling and the cadence of the prose have a piercing authenticity

    Catholic Herald
  • As a technician [Parks] cannot be faulted. His book builds to a terrifying tour de force, made bearable only by the tight prose

    Jeanette Winterson
  • He can write, at will, like a modern Henry James, proceeding with composure through the labyrinth

    Literary Review

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