Who am I like? Lessing, Mantel, Bradbury, du Maurier, Atwood, Niffenegger, Dickinson, Victoria Wood

‘Creates a wonderful tension akin to that evoked by Daphne du Maurier‘s Rebecca’More

‘Carefully crafted and satisfying … will feel comfortable to fans of David Mitchell and Iain M Banks‘ – More

‘A quality similar to Emily Dickinson‘s poems’More

‘Reminiscent of Dick and Asimov, but also of Louis Sachar‘ – More

‘Mesmerising, mystical and captivating – a richness and depth mimetic of Margaret Atwood’ – More

‘Reminded me of Doris Lessing … though at the risk of committing a sacrilege, Morris is much more readable’ – More  ‘Doris Lessing on a blind date with Franz Kafka’More

‘The spiritual charlatans of Hilary Mantels Beyond Black a romance and thriller like The Time Traveller’s Wife’ – More

‘This remarkable novel reminded me of The End of Mr. Y and Our Tragic Universe, by Scarlett Thomas.’ – More

Like Iain Banks gritty, grave’More

‘The canny cultural observations of Barbara Pym or Penelope Fitzgerald‘ – More

Like John Fowles‘s The Magus‘ – More

‘Like Murakami‘s Hard-Boiled Wonderland‘ – More

‘Reminded me of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, but much more joyous’More

‘Reminiscent of Ursula K. le Guin or Sherri S. Tepper‘ – More

‘Distinct voice reminded me of The Handmaid’s Tale’More ‘A similar feel to Atwood‘s science fiction novels … but Morris is a writer in a class of her ownMore

‘In the tradition of great old-school literary sci-fi like Atwood and Bradbury‘ – More

‘An ensouling fable in the great Bradbury tradition’More ‘I have not read speculative fiction of this calibre since Ray Bradbury was in his prime’More

‘Reminded me of Lois Lowry’s The Giver. It asks similar questions about individuality, memory, and the transformative power of love’ – More

‘Most beguiling – the author has something of Victoria Wood‘s funny bone in her DNA’More

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