His seemingly limpid prose contains murky depths.
(Malcolm Forbes, The Herald, 02/02/2020)

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For a book that seems on the outside a grim prospect, Snow, Dog, Foot is very funny indeed.
(Charlie Connelly, The New European, 13 February 2020)

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Snow, Dog, Foot is the oblivion of the alps seen through the eyes of Italian hermit Adelmo Farandola
(Deirdre Falvey, The Irish Times, 30/01/2020)

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Though tiny, the novel explores many themes and offers many laughs.
(Nic Bottomley, Bath Life 411)

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Snow, Dog, Foot is an absolute delight.
(Will Hearth, Boos and Bao)

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Darkly comic little gem.
(Julie, Bookstoker)

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A charmingly told story where the setting is a character in its own right.
(TripFiction; TripFiction)

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Unpredictable, clever and atmospheric.
(The Bobosphere, The Bobsphere)

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A wonderfully surprising story that would do well in a film.
(Winstonsdad, Winstonsdad’s Blog)

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A black comedy about a hermit in the Italian Alps.
(Rebecca Foster, Bookish Beck)

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In fact, this seems to have been exactly the trap Moradini sets for the reader, presenting us with a lovable eccentric only to slowly reveal the horror within.
(1Streading’s Blog)

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It’s dark, touching, tragic, funny and heartbreaking and for a book of only 120 pages it really packs a punch and will stay with me for quite some time.
(Books and Me!)

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A funny, sad, short book.
(Yan, Tom’s Book List)

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It is a book that is part humane, part deranged, and part thrilling.
(The Hungry Reader, Of Books and Reading)

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Snow, Dog, Foot is a charming, tragi-comic tale that I can recommend unreservedly.
(Imogen Gladman, Truly Global Culture Review)

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It is bleak, funny and tragic.
(Caroline Lodge, Book Word)

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The book grows ever more poignant as the layers of perception peel away and we understand what’s happening.
(David Hebblethwaite, David’s Book World)

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A rare five stars from me.
(Anne Goodwin, Annecdotal)

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The whole novel is exquisitely written, superbly translated.
(Danielle, The Reading Closet)

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I enjoyed the voice created with its intriguing moodiness, and the changing relationship between man and dog. While unsentimental and at times brutal, this is a tale that packs an emotional punch.
(Never Imitate)

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A considered, impacting story, it is easy to see why this has been a best seller in the author’s native Italy.
(From First Page to Last)

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The final image isn’t one which is easily forgotten.
(Our Book Reviews Online)

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Does the a bit of adventure and a whole lot of suspense sound like you? If so, Snow, Dog, Foot needs to be next on your list.
(Top Man)

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Snow, dog, foot is a compact, potent novella will inexplicably stay with you while leaving you perplexed, doubting your own ability to differentiate between reality and illusion.
(Sonja Van Der Westhuizen, West’s Words Book Review)

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Snow, Dog, Foot is terrifically entertaining. One of my favourite Pereines.
(Lizzy Siddal, Lizzy’s Literary Life)

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A beautifully compassionate story
(Anne Goodwin, Carrot Ranch)

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