Reviews

  • "This addictive novel is the SLIDING DOORS of American politics. Gripping"

    STYLIST
  • "A lot of fun. A wonderful, sad dream of what might have happened"

    GUARDIAN
  • "An explosive new book"

    GRAZIA
  • "Sittenfeld's RODHAM offers the catharsis of uncomplicated regret"

    THE NEW YORKER
  • "While telling a compelling story, RODHAM provides an insightful analysis of the function of sexim in our political discourse. Sittenfeld is at her wittiest when recreating the men who dominate American politics"

    WASHINGTON POST
  • "A nauseating, moving, morally suggestive, technically brilliant book that made me think more than any in recent memory about the aims and limits of fiction"

    NPR
  • "Hugely enjoyable"

    WALL STREET JOURNAL
  • "Gleefully abandons biographical analysis for thought experimentation"

    TIME
  • "This isn't just fiction as fantasy, this is fiction as therapy. A serious work of literary fiction designed to rally the spirits of liberal readers"

    SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
  • "Her ear is attuned to inconvenient truths and double standards, particularly misogyny in America. She specialises in awkward encounters and surprise shifts in power"

    THE NEW STATESMAN