I loved it. It's wise and absorbing and the voices of all the characters are so incredibly distinct. A triumph.
Louise O’Neill, author of 'Almost Love and Asking For It'
Very funny but packs a hell of an emotional punch. It's an intimate epic, spanning continents and decades but rooted in the internal life of its characters.
Nish Kumar, stand-up comedian and actor
A wise and moving novel about family, love and the people we're destined to be.
Stylist, 'April's best new books'
A beautifully written and thought-provoking piece of work, which balances humour, anger and melancholy in a way that is charming and utterly engrossing.
The novel captures the changing faces of racism with memorable vividness.
Be utterly transported by this wonderfully written tale of family, immigration and family bonds.