By the author of The People’s Act of Love and To Calais, In Ordinary Time

‘entertaining, vastly intelligent’

The New Yorker

‘Coming into The Heart Broke In is like entering a hurricane; we end by reaching the cyclone’s eye, and we leave it exhausted, shaken’

Le Figaro, Paris

‘A complex meditation on death and time and the family’

The Independent, London

‘a dazzingly drawn modern saga’

Entertainment Weekly

‘Addictive...a story about families and betrayal, genetics and inheritance, sex and responsibility in the post-religious world – and also about parasites, cancer, time, birth, death and forgiveness...seldom less than compelling.’

The Guardian, London