More intimate than Thomas Hardy, and as perceptive too, about the countryside and country people, Jane Feaver is a supremely compelling chronicler of rural isolation. (Michael Morpurgo)
Accomplished in every way, this novel is a true delight. (The Independent
Pitch perfect....Most memorable is Feaver's language - burnished and sturdily poetic with a saving comic streak (Observer
Jane Feaver has proved an expert at creating a sense of place ... tender, imaginative prose (Sunday Herald.
By turns chilling and poignant, An Inventory of Heaven is a lyrical and intimate meditation on the things we hold onto in life and how, in the end, we can try to let them go.