The Labrador Pact Reviews
"[T]he narrative is skimpy and redundant, perilously cute and clogged with anticipations of Haig's Shakespeare-inflected The Dead Fathers Club ...by no means a failure, but Aesop and Orwell did it better." - Kirkus Reviews.
"There's nothing light-hearted about Prince: he's more like a middle-aged accountant than a healthy young canine. Nonetheless, for the dog-lover there's much to enjoy in The Last Family in England: read it curled up in front of the fire beside your own mutt, and bring tissues." - The Age, Australia.
"This debut novel is a winner from page one . . . A subtle, dog's-eye view of the frailty of human relationships, it is perceptive, enchanting and destined to be this summer's must-read." - Mail on Sunday.
"It sounds kooky, but Haig pulls it off stylishly and unsentimentally." - The Guardian.
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