"there are enough murders, cover-ups and serpentine twists to keep you rooting for the novel’s spirited heroine"
— The Times
"as a comic prose stylist he can give Wodehouse and Waugh a run for their money"
— The Sunday Times
"If you read one book this year, make it Adam Kay’s hilarious, horrifying, heartbreaking insight into the life of a junior doctor "
— Daily Express
"Reading this book is going to hurt, but mainly from holding your sides with the laughter it induce"
— Irish Times
"Wine, heartbreak and humour - even if nothing much happens"
— Irish Independent
"Dolly Alderton is the millennial Nora Ephron"
— The Sunday Telegraph
"Caitlin Moran describes the chronic crisis in adolescent mental health care"
— The Spectator
"Moran proves herself, once more, a sage guide in the joys, as well as the difficult bits, of being a woman – of being a partner, mother, friend and feminist."
— The Observer
"satisfying and at times hugely joyous "
— The Guardian
"Artemis Fowl for grown-ups"
— The Daily Telegraph