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  • These deceptively simple tales... reveal how magical technology does people absolutely no good whatsoever... superb.

    The Times, Science Fiction Book of the Month
  • Superbly unsettling... Reading Appliance, I was put in mind of Asimov's I, Robot, for the way each story sheds light on a different moral angle of the book's world, and of ours... gripping.

    Tristram Fane Saunders, Daily Telegraph
  • Compelling... sketched with acid precision... Morgan's real skill is in finding the poetry of the conundrum

    Stuart Kelly, Scotsman
  • Eliot comes repeatedly to mind in reading Interference Pattern because, in its tragic grandeur and sophistication, it is a poem that could come to be for the twenty-first century what The Waste Land was to the twentieth.

    Times Literary Supplement, on INTERFERENCE PATTERN
  • I seriously doubt I will read a more significant book of poetry this year. The finale is truly affecting, a plangent and profound speck of light.

    The Scotsman, on ASSURANCES
  • A rippling, impeccable lyricism that's delicious to read aloud. If you haven't discovered Morgan, this weird, unsettling trip is the perfect introduction.

    The Telegraph, on THE MARTIAN'S REGRESS
  • Compelling... It is the Bindungsroman of something inhuman, and it is terrifying.

    Scotsman, *Summer Reads of 2022*

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