Reviews

  • So sharply, so utterly brilliant that I found myself holding my breath while reading it, dazzled by Fuller's mastery and precision. Not since Flaubert's A Simple Heart have I encountered a narrative that shows, with such clear and patient fury, how breathtaking vulnerability can come from poverty, pride, and helpless family love

    Lauren Groff, author of 'Fates and Furies'
  • Bewitching, otherworldly, full of dark foreboding. Claire Fuller is a dazzling storyteller

    Scotsman, on Bitter Orange
  • I had to keep reminding myself that I wasn't reading a forgotten classic

    Emma Healey on Bitter Orange
  • A story suffused with the poignancy of miscommunication between people who love each other, of the things we can never really know

    Guardian on Swimming Lessons
  • Extraordinary, gripping. Fuller writes with a singing simplicity that finds beauty amid the terror

    The Sunday Times on Our Endless Numbered Days
  • Thrilling, transporting, delicately realised and held together by a sophisticated sense of suspense

    Sunday Times on Swimming Lessons
  • A gorgeously written celebration of the natural world as well as a moving portrait of a family struggling against time. Through buried secrets and private longings, the Seeders emerge as multi-layered characters living at the fringes of society. This book is ultimately about redemption-about the unexpected importance of neighbors, lovers, and friends, and the ways in which we can re-envision our lives for the better, even after the unimaginable has occurred

    Lucy Tan

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