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“A funny, biting take down of the racism in the entertainment industry…both humorous and heartrending.”
— The Independent, Nov 2 2020
“This is a hilarious book. You'll laugh at the universe Charles Yu creates, kitty-corner to our own and just so off-kilter - and then, without warning, you'll be pulled under by the riptide and everything will suddenly make beautiful, perfect, heartbreaking, unexplainable sense.”...
— Raphael Bob-Waksberg, creator of BoJack Horseman, Oct 28 2020
“Wrenching, hilarious, sharp, surreal, and above all, original.”
— Emily St John Mandel, Oct 28 2020
“An acid indictment of Asian stereotypes and a parable for outcasts feeling invisible in this fast-moving world.”
— Kirkus Reviews, Oct 28 2020
“The pair reflect in a series of conversations on architecture, art, philosophy and much else besides, linked by Carlo's lyrical descriptions of life at sea.”
— The Telegraph, Oct 10 2020
“Richard Francis is one of the UK’s most underrated novelists.”
— The Huffington Post, Sep 30 2020
On a summer afternoon in 1955, teenagers Alexander, Tom and his sister Lennie discover the body of their friend Danny in the river on the Richmond estate - home of the aristocratic Alexander and his mother Lady Venetia. But did Danny jump or was he pushed? So begins a twisting...
— Heat Review, Sep 23 2020
“The most intense writing about the experiences and interior life of a girl on the cusp of adulthood that I have ever read.”