Reviews

  • Rawle cut his teeth as an artist and designer and this sparky, inventive novel betrays his pedigree ... So appealing. Having arranged his stage-flats and his harum-scarum performers, Rawles manages to make them all feel of value.

    The Guardian
  • One of the most innovative artist-writers we have

    Stuart Kelly, Scotland on Sunday
  • Rawle has a vivid visual imagination

    Dominic Maxwell, The Times
  • This is a beautiful book, not just in terms of its design, but in its moral integrity. A lesser writer would have made it all satire, and yet here there is much humanity and empathy. It takes Graham Rawle several years to compose his books; they are wholly worth the wait

    Stuart Kelly, Times Literary Supplement
  • Graham Rawle, the talented writer-artist, is back with another innovative work that fearlessly experiments with form and style. Written in a landscape format, the book takes place in two worlds—the Over and the Under. This surreal and fantastical world hovers above California in 1942. Overland is intricate, playful and vigorous—an experience to relish.

    Rabeea Saleem, BookRiot

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