Reviews

  • A real romp of a road novel featuring a talking toad. I can't wait

    Val McDermid, The Observer
  • Publisher's description. A madcap Highland adventure about midlife crises, new friends, and second chances. Douglas Findhorn Elder is fifty years old, recently dumped and suddenly jobless. Mungo Forth Mungo is a talking toad. And as luck would have it, this toad is determined to help his hapless human chum to sort his life out...

    Penguin
  • Joyful, warm-hearted, funny ... but buried within are serious points about the stories we tell about ourselves, how history shapes our identity, scarred landscapes and self-selecting communities. In heartsore times we need more books like this.

    Guardian
  • Funny and fun ... To Be Continued manages to be sad and happy at the same time. You can engage with the post-modern games and references if you like, or you can just sit back and laugh, and cry. A Scottish baroque novel, full of tricks and trinkets, written with warmth and wit.

    The National
  • Robertson manages to skilfully join the quirky with the serious; the surreal with the real. His take on contemporary Scotland is insightful, eccentric and highly readable.

    The Scotsman
  • To Be Continued, with its harem-scarem scenarios and surreal twists, was written to entertain.

    Sunday Herald
  • A wildly eccentric tale laced with dry, deprecating wit

    The Times

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