• What could be more reassuring in troubling times than a new William Boyd novel? Trio is immensely readable, its descriptions full of light and colour, its humour spot on, its mood a perfect mix of frolicsome and melancholy

    Sunday Telegraph
  • An absorbing novel about lives spiralling out of control and the drastic measures required to right them

  • The characters are wonderfully written and I loved escaping to the gossipy world of the film set

    Good Housekeeping, Book of the Month
  • Boyd keeps the plot racing along, yet for all the twists, the real delight is in William Boyd's wry portrait of a bygone age . . . Boyd's usual sure touch is evident throughout this tender, gently comic work

  • One of our best contemporary storytellers. . . Trio embraces comedy, tragedy and redemption. It succeeds impressively because of its dramatic, often sensational, revelations

  • I am a huge fan of William Boyd and the tender way he writes about the flaws and frailties of his characters. Trio is his best novel in years

    Red, The Best Books to Read this October
  • Reading William Boyd's Trio is like shrugging on a worn leather jacket on the first brisk morning of autumn: cosy but cool . . . He has enormous fun with the worlds - and egos - of page and screen

    The Times
  • There is much attention to period details, a lovely portrait of the 60s British film world, and Boyd's characters live, breathe and bruise vividly. All of this makes for a novel as charming as it is satisfying, a pleasure to read

  • An engrossing, masterfully told story

    Daily Express

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