Great to see another positive review for Never Ending . . . and in The Literary Review, no less, one of the UK’s leading literary magazines. In his round-up of recent fiction for children and teenagers, the highly respected critic Philip Womack describes my novel as a “slickly moulded thriller”.
He goes on to write:
“Martyn Bedford’s Never Ending [is] a sophisticated account of how a teenage girl deals with the death of her brother while on holiday. Bedford engages successfully with the teen psyche and deals sensitively with his troubling subject matter, while precisely evoking family dynamics and the sweltering confusion of adolescence.”