Reviews

  • "[A] remarkable work of imagination...A wonderfully entertaining parable of the aesthetic ideal"

    Guardian
  • "A heady late-Victorian tale of double-living"

    Sarah Waters
  • "There's an incurable disease afflicting females - ageing. Men, on the other hand, never pass their amuse-by dates. Sean Connery is still cutting the sex god mustard and, if time flies, then HE has frequent air miles. Yet, you never hear a man described as mutton dressed as ram, now do you? This is a book about a bloke who realises that the night is young, but he is not..."

    Kathy Lette
  • "In The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde set the gold standard for chroniclers of decadence"

    Guardian
  • "Very decadent and Victorian"

    Savidge Reads

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