A compelling and moving read, a world away from the tabloid titillation that normally surrounds the subject. -- Daily Mail, 12 April 2002
A perfectly formed work of art, achieving the state of grace to which its creator so elegantly aspires. -- Times Literary Supplement, 17 May 2002
In a new introduction, Morris describes the book as a period piece. She does herself and injustice. It is a classic. -- The Times, 30 March 2002
The book is as compelling today as when it first appeared. -- Evening Standard, 8 April 2002
Writing about her self, a place she has explored profoundly, she achieves inspired reportage and a courageous self-analysis. -- Observer, 24 March 2002
Conundrum by Jan Morris - one of Britain's best and best-loved travel writers - is perhaps her most remarkable work; a grippingly honest account of her ten-year transition from man to woman.