A MAN WRONGFULLY CONVICTED OF MURDER
"A tough, unrelenting novel, thrilling and darkly eloquent and, in the end, a celebration of what life offers in even the harshest of circumstances."
—John Banville, Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea
"CanLit's most unknown genius... There is no other writer like him, Canadian or otherwise."
— Lisa Gabriele, The Globe & Mail
"Edgy, redemptive and utterly compelling."
—Sandra Martin, Elle Canada
"Compassionate, endlessly inventive and daring...the work of a major writer, and one who single-handedly shifts our literary centre of gravity to the east."
—Frank Moher, The National Post
"Inside is classic Harvey. No one else can write like this."
—Bill Gaston, author of Sointula
"Inside is the kind of novel that brings temporary life back to such cliches as 'gripping' and 'page-turner'... Myrden will probably stand as one of the more vivid and full-blooded characters of all the Canadian novels being published this year."
— Nathan Whitlock, The Toronto Star
"A writer like no other."
—Alistair MacLeod, author of No Great Mischief
"An extravagantly haunted imagination."
—J.M. Coetzee, Nobel Prize-winning author of Disgrace
"Unsettling and yet exhilarating... Readers will emerge battered, but somehow invigorated."
— Stephen Knight, Quill & Quire
"Deeply affecting for its dark realism."
— Mark Callanan, The Independent
"A gripping, moving story... a great book and a real achievement."
— Joan Sullivan, The Telegram (St. John's)
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