'Crossing time and continents, melding found material, real and fictitious characters and events, this is an intriguing, well-researched debut about truth and illusion, reality and the world of the spirit.'
Debut fiction review in Daily Mail, (13/11/15)
'Astonishingly adept... mysterious, wry, sophisticated but also brutally honest'
FEAR Magazine ***** (11/15)
'Genuinely moving' Financial Times (11/12/15)
'Ideal fireside reading' Lady (04/12/15)
'The author has a meticulous eye for historical detail and writes evocatively'
Irish Times (21/11/15) --Irish Times
'At turns spooky and comical, Gibb deftly weaves fact with fiction so that each page shimmers ectoplasmically with uncertainty.'
Review in the (Irish) Mail on Sunday (29/11/15)
'A fascinating story of what it might be like to be a ghost, and the longing in us that makes us want them to exist'
Books of the Year in the Herald (Glasgow) chosen by Lesley McDowell (30/11/15)
'A playful...paean to the mystery and unknowability of the creative imagination.'
Review in the Independent (03/12/15) --Independent