this write-up from the literary critic and journalist James Kidd that appeared today in the South China Morning Post. Couldn't be happier, for one, to be mentioned in the same breath as two of the major proponents of the popular novel of current affairs... But I'm also really gratified by the way James Kidd has synopsised the novel's plot - the elements he's drawn attention to, and his indication of why they might be there.
For example, it's terrific that this short but detailed review winds round to the following conclusion:
'The Knives rings bells on almost every page: anyone curious
about Brexit might want to read about the 'Free Briton Brigade'. The end
is a shocker and, tragically, only too believable.'