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"FEROCITY is a portrait of a family tragedy, but also at its heart explores two competing visions of humanity: one ferocious and deterministic, the other transcendent and free-willed." Read the full review in The Guardian.
— The Guardian, Oct 15 2017
“Petronille, a frothy exploration of female friendship set in the Champagne region of France, is just the kind of lighthearted book Nothomb’s fans expect from her.”
— The New York Times Book Review, Oct 10 2017
“Acevedo’s page-turning historical novel is based on the life of Princess María Eulalia Francisca de Asís y Margarita de Bourbon, a spirited woman with a sense of adventure that defied the gender norms of the Spanish court in the late 19th century.”
— NBC News, Oct 6 2017
"Ferocity is the prize-winning Italian novel whose fusion of Elena Ferrante and Twin Peaks looks hard at the contradictions of south Italy while unfolding a gruesome murder mystery."
— The Culture Trip, Oct 6 2017
“Ferocity resists classification as a whodunnit, focusing instead on the corruption coursing through a society desperate to seem more moneyed than it is, a masquerading city of “offices, courthouses, journalists, and sports clubs”."
— The Financial Times, Oct 6 2017
"Winner of Italy’s Strega Prize, Ferocity, translated from the Italian by Antony Shugaar, is a hypnotic novel, a feverish drama unfolding in 1980s Bari."
— BBC Culture, Oct 3 2017
“Enormously entertaining and thought provoking in equal measures, Gamboa’s novels are the kind of books that converts to his writing can’t help but recommend to others with an almost proselytising zeal.”
— The Quietus, Oct 2 2017
"Though Lagioia’s English-language debut, his fourth book and the winner of Italy’s Strega Prize, will draw comparisons to Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan quartet, it deserves its own classification as complex, darkly absorbing, and mysterious literary fiction."