Toby Doubt is confused: his girlfriend has vanished from the face of the earth and generally things aren’t stacking up.
The Guardian: Clever and well-plotted, Falling is both a surreal comedy and a poignant study of grief desperately held at bay .
Independent: ‘Luminous … a cathartic insight into the power of love’.
Eve: ‘there’s a huge buzz about his debut novel … a great slow burn as Toby descends further into madness and the real reason for Imogen’s disappearance unravels’.
Kate Saunders, The Times: ‘this moving, funny first novel explores themes of change and loss within the framework of an eccentric London comedy’.
Anthony Gardner, Mail on Sunday: ‘the premise of the plot is an ingenious one and the ending has a haunting resonance’.
Elle: ‘an elegant comedy… great black comedy’.
Robert Gwyn Palmer, Westside: ‘a stunning debut in the style of Leslie Glaister and Julie Myerson – you will definitely be hearing more about Olivia Liberty’.