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“Calling all millennials — This is the comic novel for you… 200 pages of serious entertainment.”
— The Times, Oct 22 2021
“I loved this debut...a meditation on the gap between what we think about and what we do.” —iNews
— iNews, Oct 21 2021
“Powell shows hard-nosed empathy in portraying individuals’ private demons in the context of social realities. Her novel about love, class, and secrecy in 1950s England reads as if it were written in the era the characters inhabit, her style and tone reminiscent of an earlier...
— Kirkus Review (STARRED REVIEW), Aug 1 2021
"A gripping mystery, revealing dark truths around class and love in the aftermath of war, with beautiful prose depicting Yorkshire and life on a country estate."
— The Yorkshire Post, Aug 1 2021
“Beautifully attentive to both its Yorkshire setting and its Hamlet ur-text, and written in prose as alive and evocative as Millais' painting of Ophelia, singing as the river and reeds claim her.”
— Preti Taneja, author of We That Are Young, Aug 1 2021
“Utterly stunning, with prose that reads like a painting. It brims with heartbreaking moments of pain and betrayal and quiet joy. It recalls the best of Graham Swift and Thomas Hardy. Each sentence is so pristine and finely tuned that it took my breath away, and like its very...
— Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory and Circus of Wonders, Aug 1 2021
“Hamlet comes to fifties Yorkshire in this compelling riff on love, grief and family strife. Powell is a talent to watch.” —Lisa Appignanesi, author of Everyday Madness
— Lisa Appignanesi, author of Everyday Madness, Aug 1 2021