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An admirable tale about the hardships and challenges of the immigrant experience manages to be engaging yet determinedly unsentimental
— Financial Times, Dec 15 2018
Jailed novelist Ahmet Altan is ‘living what he wrote’ in this tale of repression set in Ottoman Turkey
— The Observer, Dec 2 2018
Finally, a glowing example of the rare thing that is the YA novel in translation: Christelle Dabos’s A Winter Promise (Europa Editions, £12.99, trans. Hildegarde Serle), the first in a quartet, has already been a runaway success in its native France. Ophelia is not a typical...
— The Irish Times, Nov 24 2018
Teen readers can also set out into weird new terrain with Christelle Dabos’ A Winter’s Promise (Europa), translated by Hildegarde Serle. Abstruse and sprawling, with hints of Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast and Game of Thrones, it follows dowdy, quiet Ophelia, who can intuit...
— The Guardian, Nov 24 2018
Has your tween already devoured JK Rowling’s entire output, and started watching films with subtitles and drinking strong espresso? The first book in the Mirror Visitor series by the French author Christelle Dabos would be the perfect present. Although dubbed the French Harry...
— The Times, Nov 23 2018
The television adaptation Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend is a reminder of Italy’s strong tradition in the coming-of-age genre, from Life Is Beautiful to Cinema Paradiso
— The Guardian, Nov 19 2018
As the international bestseller comes to Sky Atlantic, Tom Kington meets the cast on set in Italy
— The Times, Nov 15 2018
HBO’s gorgeous limited series based on Italian author Elena Ferrante’s acclaimed book follows a passionate and challenging friendship to searing effect