By Adam Roberts | July 11, 2007
Categories: Book News
Land of the Headless is a darkly satirical tale that extrapolates an absurd idea into something weirdly plausible. This is not escapist adventure but a dystopian vision in the tradition of Swift, Orwell and Atwood against the cruellest extremes of human stupidity.
... grotesque satire of religious fundamentalism. Thoroughly engrossing . . . deeply affecting . . . impressively visceral . . . nightmarishly gripping . . . fiercely intelligent. While Richard Dawkins The God Delusion only annoyed the faithful, this novel aims to fry their brains
STARBURST (five star review)Tags: Headless