Insightful… moving ... on a par with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night
— Linda Townsend
A delightfully twisted tale, full of sharp humour and keen observations. Oskar makes for a very memorable modern day anti-hero
— The Mirror
A dark, beautifully crafted and, at times hilarious, story about a young man’s spiritual transformation. Highly recommended for young adults and grown ups alike
— Fiona Parker, former panellist on the WHSmith Childrens' Book Awards
Written with enormous humour and compassion, Oskar and his supporting cast live well beyond the pages of this highly imaginative and haunting tale. Hugely thought-provoking, this would be a fantastic book to read and discuss with young adults
— Sarah Quigley, school librarian, Compass School, Southwark
A stunning debut. Made me laugh out loud, cry … and ache with recognition
— The Huffington Post
A magical, thought-provoking and uplifting tale...one of this year’s must-reads
— Daily Mirror
A life-affirming and original debut from a local author who is really one to watch
— Waterstones, Notting Hill
A wonderful concept! I loved the idea of being offered a retrospective of one’s life.
— Sue Scott, London
Cinema Lumière is one of those magical stories you cannot put down… full of sharp wit and an understanding of the human condition.
— Lee Carter, Ladbroke Grove