"Vividly recreates the assassination of Heydrich and its consequences" (John Le Carré Telegraph
"Laurent Binet’s HHhH
is hard to categorise. All is can say is that it has the same gravity-defying balance of weight and light as early Milan Kundera" (Janice Turner The Times
"Utterly amazing ... likely to make you gasp, laugh and cry often within a few pages" (Savidge Reads
is a highly original piece of work, at once charming, moving, and gripping" (Martin Amis)
blew me away. Binet’s style fuses it all together: a neutral, journalistic honesty sustained with a fiction writer’s zeal and story-telling instincts. It’s one of the best historical novels I’ve ever come across." (Brett Easton Ellis)
An astonishing, unforgettable novel: a thrilling Second World War assassination plot told with rare literary brilliance.