'Oh, how we love Dan Rhodes. Reliably odd but fabulous.' --Guardian
'Suicide museum horror meets Gabriel Garcia Marquez romance, welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Dan Rhodes.' --John O'Connell, Waterstone's Books Quarterly
'Little Hands Clapping ought to be the book that brings Rhodes out of the `cult favourite' bracket ...' --Scotland on Sunday
'Combining heady romance, nihilism and despair, human failings, and a fair amount of spider munching, this is a unique, sparkling story.' --List
'After reading Rhodes's book, many little hands should be clapping very loudly indeed.'
--Alice Fisher, Observer
'Totally sick and brilliant in all the right ways. He sucks you into his world and before you know it, you're willingly trapped. So very smart. I loved it' DOUGLAS COUPLAND
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