• Kennedy is described in the literary press as not only one of our finest, but also one of our most humane, writers

    Church Times
  • Day confirms, if confirmation were needed, that Kennedy is a singular, superlative author. I hope that the judges of this year's Man Booker prize pay particular attention to it

    Stuart Kelly, Scotland on Sunday
  • Kennedy does bleak the way the Russians do epic; unremittingly, awesomely and undershot with redeeming humour

    Gillian Bowditch, Sunday Times
  • Once again, Kennedy brilliantly interweaves over-wrought internal dialogue with external outrageous acts. The unfolding tenderness of nature and of amity blend superbly with the casualness of daily horror

    Catherine Taylor, Independent on Sunday
  • Day is more than a novel, it is an investigations into the difficulties of being alive

    Eileen Battersby, Irish Times

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