Reviews

  • Digressive, discursive and delightful.

    Michael Kerr, Telegraph
  • A joy . . . Fredrik Sjöberg's best-selling memoir The Fly Trap marked him as a maestro of the episodic. Here, he
    completes a trilogy.

    Nature
  • By his own admission Sjöberg has a "butterfly mind"; the effect of his narrative excursions amounts to a sort of Sebald-lite, albeit without the fictional element. What insures this approach against triviality is the author's patient alertness to pattern, to telling correspondence.

    Nat Segnit, Times Literary Supplement
  • Delightful, at once informative and often humorously digressive . . . a humane man of wide-ranging curiosity, Sjöberg writes with infectious passion.

    Independent

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