Reviews

  • Vividly recreates the assassination of Heydrich and its consequences (Praise for HHhH)

    John Le Carré, Telegraph
  • Laurent Binet's HHhH is hard to categorise. All is can say is that it has the same gravity-defying balance of weight and light as early Milan Kundera (Praise for HHhH)

    Janice Turner, The Times
  • A hugely entertaining novel, taking delight in its own twists and turns (Praise for The 7th Function of Language)

    Nicholas Lezard, Spectator
  • HHhH is a highly original piece of work, at once charming, moving, and gripping (Praise for HHhH)

    Martin Amis
  • Establishes Laurent Binet as the clear heir to the late Umberto Eco, writing novels that are both brilliant and playful, dense with ideas while never losing sight of their need to entertain... One of the funniest, most riotously inventive and enjoyable novels you'll read this year (Praise for The 7th Function of Language)

    Alex Preston, Observer

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