There Is No Dog Reviews
"Starred Review. Irreverent and funny, this book is sure to put off those concerned about blasphemous ideas showing up in teen literature, but it earns its place among the sharpest-witted tours de force of recent memory." - Kirkus Reviews
"He falls, and she falls, and Rosoff's supple and subtle writing is at its finest as she describes the tumult and turmoil of young love, albeit that one of the young lovers is immortal and ancient." - The Guardian (UK)
"Traditionalists may bristle, but there's no denying that Rosoff's writing and sense of humor are a force of nature themselves." - Publishers Weekly
"There Is No Dog is a funny, dark, incisive and ultimately somewhat hopeful treatise on the best and worst parts of being human." - The Chronicle Herald (Halifax)
"Prose that is heart-warmingly lyrical... Rosoff shows remarkable insight into the far-from-smooth course that young love and young sexuality can take." - The Irish Times
"Tart, satirical, a work of unrelenting humour and a creative energy that rivals even that of its main character... Original and highly entertaining." - Toronto Star
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