»Even so, I had a few worries after learning the premise of Life After Life. The cover asks: »What would you do if you had the chance to live your life again and again, until you finally got it right?« The novel isn’t quite as straightforward as that question suggests, but it essentially sums things up.«
Not the Booker prize 2013: Sam Jordison about the novel Life After Life by Kate Atkinson. His review at The Guardian.
»So, in a way, Bedlam is that dreaded thing, a computer game tie-in – information I’ve deliberately held back until now, because I didn’t want to put you off.«
Reviewer Sam Jordison takes an electrifying journey from Jet Set Willy to the very nature of existence with the new book Bedlam by Christopher Brookmyre. His review at The Guardian.