“Want a book that is impossible to put down, immersive and leaves you with a renewed enthusiasm for life? Of course you do. And The Daylight Thief is everything you want in a novel” – The Daylight Thief reviewed in LeftLion magazine – see full review here.
“A terrific debut novel it had me totally engrossed and unable to put it down.”
“I could not put this book down once I had started reading it.”
” I could not put the book down from start to finish. The historical research that went into the book is immaculate and interwoven into the story so cleverly that you almost feel you are there.”
“An excellent and thoroughly absorbing book. This was very easy and fun to get into and has a beautiful if bleakly realistic story.”
“Intriguing juxtaposition of linked past and present with timeless resonating themes of love, loss, opportunity and consequences.”
“A wonderful read and a riot for the emotions. Unputdownable.”
“I loved this book, its beautifully written and pulls you in very quickly.”
“I loved the switch between past and present and the attention to detail. The descriptions of life in and around Nottingham in the nineteenth century are fascinating. The story is compelling.”
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“I have always loved to read but have honestly not read an entire book since the birth of my son 4 years ago. I started this book not knowing anything about the plot or reading reviews but could not put it down. It has become the 1st book that I have read in 4 years & I am recommending it to everyone. I would nap at night & get up just to read more. The writing style allowed me to picture every scene & made me feel like I was present in every conversation. I learned a lot about photography in the old days & found parts of this book to be funny and amusing. The correlation between the past & current day was beautifully done.”
“I found myself drawn into the story and not wanting to put it down until I was done with it. The descriptive language in this story is unmatched. I felt like I was in the scene with the characters.”
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