Reviews for The Complex
Getting a book published feels wonderful, but getting a book read by other people was a challenge I didn’t think about. There are so many books fighting for attention, independent publishers struggle to get their books noticed in the mainstream media. I’m thrilled at the response from reviewers so far — every review plants the idea in someone’s head that they might want to read it.
- Georgina Bruce, at Interzone (it made her best of 2019 list too!)
- Mariah Feria, at Storgy.
- Desmond Bullen, at Northern Soul.
- Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone, at Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone
- Jo, at Jo’s Book Blog
And of course, there are all the reviews at Goodreads and Amazon.
Quotes from the book cover
Luke Kennard, author of The Transition:
The Complex is a lucid, menacing and utterly captivating novel, as elegantly designed as a labyrinth but as touching and human and chaotic as your own mind. Its hypnotic blend of technological horror and psychological accuracy, the intensity of its troubled characters and deeply eerie location worked its way into my dreams and I don’t think it’s going away. Like the very best speculative fiction it feels less like speculation than a present-day novel somehow transported back to us from the near future, not so much to warn us as to let us see more clearly where we are now.”
Lucie McKnight Hardy, author of Water Shall Refuse Them:
Captures the elusive nature of dreams and nightmares brilliantly. It’s original, cinematic, and very clever.”
Trevor Mark Thomas, author of The Bothy:
Enigmatic and unsettling, with elements of Black Mirror and J.G. Ballard, The Complex is a gripping tale about the chilling, disorientating effect of technology on our lives.”