There's a huge buzz around this debut novel... this is a great slow burn as Toby descends further into madness and the real reason for Imogen's disappearance unravels.
Clever and well plotted, Falling is both a surreal comedy and a poignant study of grief.
A writer who has crafted a world with such luminous perception. Both comic and macabre... [there is] an echo of Muriel Spark in the way Liberty's astringent wit is accompanied by glimpses of an appalling underlying reality. A high order of comparison, but appropriate for an unusually strong debut.