'Crime and Punishment as reimagined by the Coen Brothers' The Millions.
'A fine encyclopedic romp in the Joyce / Pynchon / Wallace tradition' Miles Klee, The Notes.
'A great American novel: large, ambitious, and full of talk' Alex Good, Toronto Star.
'A propulsive, mind-bending experience ... a thrilling rejoinder to the tidy story arcs portrayed on television and in most crime fiction' Sam Sacks, Wall Street Journal.
'Casi's voice is astonishing, cynical but compassionate, alive to the ridiculous and the pitiful and the horrific but never losing its commitment to morality' Lian Hearn.
'Like 'The Wire' written by Voltaire ... Unputdownable' Robert Collins, Sunday Times.
'Ambitious, affecting, intelligent, plangent, comic, kooky and impassioned. I've read a lot of novels this year, between judging the Man Booker prize and the Granta Best of Young British Novelists, and I've yearned for this kind of exuberant, precise fiction' Stuart Kelly, Guardian.
'If you like 'The Wire', if you like rewarding, difficult fiction, if you like literary, high-quality artistic and hilarious yet moving novels that are difficult to put down, I can't recommend A Naked Singularity enough' Scott Bryan Wilson, The Quarterly Conversation.