Let Go My Hand by Edward Docx review – on the bumpy road to Dignitas
the Guardian -

The sense of an ending hangs over this humorous, compassionate novel about a fractious family taking a last road trip together

It takes chutzpah to argue with Tolstoy but, four novels into his career, Edward Docx has mustered sufficient confidence to take issue with the master. “I’m not sure Tolstoy had it right. All families, happy or sad, conceal a great deal of dark matter. Something greater than the known physics or chemistry, something that must create the dark energy that holds them...

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