Hot off the Press: Waiting for Sunrise by William Boyd
Adam O’Riordan in the Daily Telegraph was unstinting with his praise:
Several times, and in various states of distress, we find Lysander “waiting for sunrise”. The phrase subtly encourages us to view the book as a bildungsroman, a coming of age story about an individual’s self-enlightenment, as much as a sui generis thriller. Waiting for Sunrise proves that rarest of beasts: a tantalizingly experimental work that is also an immensely satisfying page-turner.