"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
"A novel that makes the reader reflect upon how much anyone ever knows about a family, about the truth of any relationship."
— New Statesman
"Ann Pratchett writes novels that quietly and thoroughly devastate the reader – in a good way. Her new novel is no exception"
"'I’m glad I read this one. It’s a lot of fun.'"
— The Times
"'The English clergy at their oddest – a compendium'"
"a mathematician with a sense of mischief"
— The Sunday Times
"consistently very funny"
— The Guardian