Latest Reviews: “beautifully written and utterly compulsive. Swift and other great satirists would approve. The description of modern corporate life is masterly. The ghastly Norton sums up everything one hates.  There is a lot of tragedy and unhappiness, but like all fairy stories, it ends happily.” CHRISTOPHER SINCLAIR-STEVENSON (Vizinczey’s former UK publisher, as Managing Director of Hamish Hamilton)

“I discovered Vizinczey in a bookstore in Strasbourg and was so fascinated that I wanted to become his Italian publisher. Vizinczey has a rare gift: he is able to blend disparate threads of the plot, never uses a word too many; he is incisive and profound. His new, moving tale is, again, rich in both irony and emotion.” – CESARE DE MICHELIS (head of Marsilio)

“Golden remarks and passages are scattered liberally through the text. A highly realistic story to the point where an escape from sordid reality makes an impact and the book suddenly soars skywards. The mixture of harsh truths and escapist fantasy is unique and beguiling.” GEORGE WARDEN (former chairman of the Russian Booker Prize)