Reviews

  • A masterclass in the ventriloquism of fiction . . . a fertile mind and a great generosity of ideas

    Guardian
  • An anthology of possibility about what the short form can do

    Stuart Kelly, Scotsman
  • the sheer diversity on display. . . keeps us turning the pages and trawling the months.

    National
  • There is a huge diversity of subject matter and form across these stories, demonstrating the Scottish novelist's wide-ranging eye, and there is also a lightness; a wink and a playful nod that perhaps Robertson doesn't get to display in his more serious, longer pieces of fiction.

    Big Issue
  • If you're looking for a Christmas present that keeps on giving . . . or if you fancy this yourself and can drop huge hints in someone's ear, then I don't think you could go wrong with 365

    dovegreyreder
  • What can you say in a few words? Everything, it seems. 365 worlds pressed between two covers

    Ali Bowden, Scotsman
  • Perfectly crafted

    Neil Ascherson, Herald