Here’s what they are saying about The Fourth Largest In Latvia…
The favourite comments received from readers so far include “You really made my mother laugh”, “It’s quite raucous” and “I was laughing so much on the tram they asked to see my ticket”.
UbiSunt, part of the University of Latvia has produced a very interesting review (in Latvian) HERE.
It concludes by saying ” The story is intense, unexpected and convoluted, it reminds us that the world is small and we are all inter-related.”
Highbrow critic Pauls Bankovskis kindly reviewed the book for the Satori literary website (in Latvian). He makes an interesting comparison with David Lodge and – as you would expect – picks up on several of the literary in-jokes the book contains. You can read his thoughts HERE.
A reader in the UK called Eve has been kind enough to review the English version of the book on Amazon. You can read her view of it HERE.
National broadcaster LTV put out a great little preview of the book launch on its flagship arts show 100g Kultura: