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  • There's plenty of fun to be had from this . . . a hymn to the joys of unfettered world-building . . . but if the pace of plotting is gentle, the restless inventiveness more than compensates.

    Adam Roberts, GUARDIAN
  • Rich in an awe-inspiring sense of wonder, with mind-boggling concepts thrown out like sparks from a Catherine wheel.

    Barry Forshaw, INDEPENDENT
  • A triumph . . . brings fresh and exciting concepts to an SF staple (paralell worlds) while keeping credible human characters at their heart . . . as testament both to the diversity of Sir Terry Pratchett's writing, and the skill of Stephen Baxter's, The Long Earth series deserves a place on the bookshelves of hardcore SF fans and general readers alike.

    David Barnett, INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
  • The Long Earth novels are beautifully visual and wittily imagined . . . The Long Utopia . . . serves to remind us just how bewitching and rich this series is, how beautiful is its writing, and vivid its imagination.

    FOR WINTER NIGHTS
  • There's the sense of two enviably talented writers having fun as they play in an infinite fictional universe.

    Jonathan Wright, SFX

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