Reviews

  • Utterly gripping, a novel with its finger on the pulse of geopolitics that still manages to move deeply.

    Observer, *Books to Look Our For in 2020*
  • At its best, Independence Square made me think of a 21st-century Graham Greene novel, an absorbing thriller informed by emotional intelligence and a deep understanding of geopolitics.

    Guardian
  • Miller’s gripping novel, about truth, lies and power is a searing indictment of our times...a book about dirty money and the manipulation of politics, about a world where anything is possible and where even a war can be ‘hallucinated into reality’. And it is about power... This, then, is a story not about a revolution in Eastern Europe but about the way we live now.

    Spectator
  • Miller writes terse, memorable prose with well sketched characters...the historic action has the tone of a spy thriller and the 2017 part is filled with tense personal drama.

    Times Literary Supplement

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