Zones (Blond 1966)

“A strong unusual novel…A special coolness and creative energy. The writer is both committed to his world, and ironically detached. It is rare that a young novelist should be so much the master of his own inventions” [George Steiner]


“I’m not unsympathetic” [Anthony Burgess]


“Read it and be excited” [Tribune]


“Be nauseated” [Oxford Times]


“Bursting at the seams with vitality and intelligence” [Sunday Telegraph]


“Big, blustering” [Observer]


“Fresh, hot and strong” [Glasgow Herald]


“His hero is something of a trainee hipster” [Ian Hamilton, New Statesman]


“Remarkable eruptive force” [Birmingham Post]