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  • Hunters in the Snow is a brilliant debut. Its investigations into the individual's relationship to history call to mind the best of Sebald.

    Kevin Powers, author of The Yellow Birds
  • A remarkably intelligent debut

    Lucian Robinson, Observer
  • It draws you in, lights up dark corners playfully, supposes all kinds of things about how we remember, record or forget. It's also very located. The bass line, so to speak, is a very particular part of England, with characters who stick like burrs to the imagination.

    Helen Dunmore, author of The Siege
  • A remarkable debut... it's an expansive and ambitious book that has echoes of David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas.

  • Daisy Hilyard's skill has been to weave all the disparate elements into a seamlessly structured and utterly absorbing investigation of our relationship with the past.

    Rachel Hore, Independent on Sunday

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