Reviews

  • A master class in interlocking character sketches, and a fable on the themes of sex, death and writing pitched somewhere between the fictional universes of JM Coetzee and Milan Kundera

    Guardian
  • Delightful...a meditation, on the art of writing, the relationship between literature and life, between life and death...the work of a master. A book you are likely to return to

    Scotsman
  • Oz writes with fluency and a sly humour

    Daily Mail
  • A playful and meditative examination of old age, literary posterity and the juxtaposition between literature and real life

    Metro
  • Beautifully balanced between humour and sorrow

    Literary Review

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