• Vividly recreates the assassination of Heydrich and its consequences

    John Le Carré, Telegraph
  • Laurent Binet’s HHhH is hard to categorise. All is can say is that it has the same gravity-defying balance of weight and light as early Milan Kundera

    Janice Turner, The Times
  • Utterly amazing ... likely to make you gasp, laugh and cry often within a few pages

    Savidge Reads
  • A novel of great verve and originality… a heart-quickening climax and the undeserved satisfaction of feeling privy to what really happened

    Strong Words
  • HHhH is a highly original piece of work, at once charming, moving, and gripping

    Martin Amis

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