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Reviews

'David Mitchell is dizzyingly, dazzlingly good...BLACK SWAN GREEN is just gorgeous.'
<i> Daily Mail </i>
'A delight to read from beginning to end'
<i> Sunday Express </i>
'Luminously beautiful'
<i> The Times </i>
'I do hope to read a better British novel this year, but I can't honestly say that I expect to.'
David Robertson, <i> Scotsman </i>
'Mitchell is just about the best writer operating in Britain today...a novel that, like each of its predecessors, sticks in the back of your head for weeks after you've finished it.'
<i> Arena </i>
'Spry, disconcerting and moving. It is also extremely funny even - or especially - at the blackest of moments.'
Kate Kellaway, <i> Observer </i> Summer Reads
'Intricate and beautiful'
<i> Time Out </i>
'Hugely touching and enjoyable'
Rachel Cooke, <i> Observer </i> Summer Reads
'It is the best kind of contemporary fiction'
<i> Times Literary Supplement </i>
'Rich and strange'
<i> Guardian </i>
'That very rare thing, a realistic first novel written by a master of his craft.'
Christina Patterson, <i> Independent </i>
'All the drama and inadvertent comedy of the onset of adolescence are brilliantly laid bare...a deceptively easy read, at times uproariously funny'
<i> Evening Standard </i>
It is the best kind of contemporary fiction.
<i> TLS </i>
Luminously beautiful.
<i> The Times </i>
Hugely touching and enjoyable.
Rachel Cooke, Summer Reads, Observer
David Mitchell is dizzyingly, dazzlingly good . . . Black Swan Green is just gorgeous.
Eithne Farry, <i> Daily Mail </i>
Black Swan Green's 'I love 1982' nostalgia is a glassy, pitch-perfect, mock-innocent surface through which something rotten might appear.
Ali Smith, Sunday Telegraph
A delight to read from beginning to end.
<i> Sunday Express </i>