Reviews

  • "Thoughtful and intelligently observed... Evans's delicate prose weaves issues of racial identity and politics into the narrative so that they never feel heavy-handed...a deftly observed, elegiac portrayal of modern marriage, and the private – often painful – quest for identity and fulfilment in all its various guises"

    Observer
  • "Ordinary People...is very insightful… a detailed, well observed description of modern marriage"

    Good Housekeeping
  • "It could easily be reimagined for the screen, though the film would not capture the sheer energy and effervescence of Evans’s funny, sad, magnificent prose"

    Guardian