Flip in the Gulf
From time to time, newspaper reviews of my novels find their way to me – some from far-flung places and others from closer to home. But the two that turned up in the last few days could hardly have come from more diverse sources.
First, I received a clipping from the Ham & High (otherwise known as the Hampstead and Highgate Express, in north London) which selected Flip in its round-up of recommended summer reads and gave it a very nice write-up. Then, at the weekend, another review described Flip as “an intriguing new look at body swapping . . . a great read for anyone who thinks waking up as someone else would solve their problems”. The reviewer was Laala Kashef Alghata and the piece appeared in the Gulf Daily News – ‘The Voice of Bahrain’.