THE DUST THAT FALLS FROM DREAMS, Louis de Bernières’ brilliant new novel, has picked up splendid reviews:
The Guardian – ‘An era filled with grief and uncertainty is vividly brought to life…deserves a large following’.
The Times – ‘a feast of a novel with an odd taste to it, which is peculiarly de Bernières. It’s a taste worth acquiring. While he is a hit-and-miss author, this quotecorner.com/soma.html book is very much a hit.’
Financial Times – ‘enyoyable…The account of the daring of these aviators, for whom the sky is their playground, is genuinely thrilling’.
The Scotsman – ‘immensely enjoyable, rich in humour and incident, galloping along, inventive, often moving and almost always sympathetic. It’s a book in which readers will happily immerse themselves, and one which will surely and deservedly be a bestseller.’