questioning love letter to life and to art, will blow you away.' Deborah Levy
'Readable, shockingly new, and surprisingly tender. I didn't want it to stop.' Chris Kraus
'I read it in one go, lost all sense of time, floating on the rhythm, stung by the beats, I bet Kathy Acker would have loved it, I did.' Viv Albertine
'One long electric dream, spinning with intimate energy and the sharpest saddest funniest humour.' Philip Hoare?
'I adored Crudo. I believe it is a great novel. Olivia writes so beautifully about life and nature in both city and country, and always finds some aspect to laugh about, one feels today's world is worth saving.' Jilly Cooper
'The diffuse literary form of Crudo is ridiculously good. Olivia Laing has probably the most art & texture savvy sensitive ear of anyone writing today. Here, try it.' Eileen Myles