“Using the historical present, it is written in a straight, almost deadpan style. . . combined with an easygoing folksiness. It has a gripping immediacy, telling an epic tale in a series of gobsmacking anecdotes. You will be enraged at the injustice of what the Saccos endure at the hands of the mafia and the impotent forces of the state. I defy anyone not to read it in one sitting.”
Read the full review in the Times (London).