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Extracts from reviews in magazines, newspapers, online and elsewhere of other Michael Lawrence books
'Science fiction? Fantasy? Hard to categorise, especially as the stories are so firmly rooted in a very specific place, with family roots reaching deep into the past. Clever, complex and compelling.' (Linda Newbery, award-winning author)
'The complexity of the storyline is not something that many authors could successfully handle. However, Lawrence has written with a truly cunning hand.' ('Independent on Sunday' newspaper, UK)
'Brilliant. The way that the man writes is brilliant.'
'This is one of the best books ever written. Period. I read it in two days flat. It's that good. There is enough suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end!'
'When I first received this book I was unsure whether I was going to like it or not. However, after reading it I found myself impressed, not by the plot as so many others are, but by the author, what he revealed of himself in the text and the way that his mind works. The guy's brain works in the same way that mine does and that's rare. He gets an idea, builds on it and he doesn't give a damn if it fits a format or works in the context. He is also very analytical and funny.'
'One reason I liked this book so much, I think, is because the theory of quantum alternate universes is an idea that I find very persuasive and comforting. As a result, this novel gives me more food for thought to chew over while it also mixes in unexpected supernatural aspects. Also, as an adult who as a child experienced a painful loss of a loved one, I found the treatment of grief to be very affecting.'