'Jones proves sly, engaging, worth-reading and even re-reading'
'It sounds so light-hearted - a story about dance and love - and yet it is also so ineffably sad, just like the tango itself, heartbreaking and exhilarating. In fact, Jones has solved something that's notoriously difficult: how to write about music so that the words themselves express its character . . . a skillfully constructed book, gracefully traversing huge distances in time and geography, as well as character. It's very rich, but never hard work.'