"'Delectable' (Evening Standard) 'Terrific' (Daily Mail) 'Masterful' (Observer)"
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'A beautiful novel, with sufficient love, heartbreak, vengeance, identity confusion, longing, and euphoria of language to have satisfied Shakespeare' John Irving
'This masterpiece is a smooth, absorbing narrative studded with bright particulars. If God is in the details, this book is divine' Edmund White
'James Salter's writing has always provoked in me a kind of evangelical admiration. It is sheer brute magic. His prose is exquisite, sentences created with such acuity and efficacy it seems he re-forges language itself, makes it more purposeful and beautiful. All That Is is a masterpiece; so finely calibrated in its concomitant elations and cruelties, its human complexities and truths, that it is not simply read, it is lived' Sarah Hall
'Enthralling . . . A vividly imagined and beautifully written evocation of a postwar world' John Banville
'The best novel I've read in years. All That Is will be treasured by its readers. Salter's vivid, lucid prose does exquisite justice to his subject - the relentless struggle to make good on our own humanity. Once again he has delivered to us a novel of the highest artistry' Tim O'Brien
'A consistently elegant and enjoyable novel, full of verve and wisdom' Julian Barnes
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