'Stunning.... Harrison makes an intensely poetic and evocative brew of the interstices between sport, passion and obsession. Moments of exquisite surreality rub against others in which you can smell the soil and stone'. (The Times)
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Every bit as weird and difficult as all of his novels. But with less narrative interest than usual, which is really saying something!Published 21 months ago by Mr. M. R. Leese
I recently re-read this for the third or forth time. Despite having a copy of it already I found this edition irresistible when I spotted it in the library; choosing to offer it a... Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2014 by Amazon Customer
I'd devoured (and loved) Harrison's Kefahuchi Tract trilogy, so was keen to get hold of his self-proclaimed 'best novel'. It isn't. Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 2013 by Robert S. Pearson
I think he enjoyed it though not as much about climbing as I`d hoped from the review I had read.Published on 15 Jun. 2013 by wpb
Interesting and very graphically written written. Place descriptions very evocative and the characters seem like real people. I enjoyed it.Published on 13 Jun. 2013 by Rose