It is an old saying among science fiction fans that anyone can predict the car, it takes brains to predict gridlock... No one can fault Trigell's ingenuity
The Times Literary Supplement - on Genus
unfolds with a gathering horror that invites as much compassion as revulsion and leaves the reader (this one, anyway) in need of air.
The New York Times - on Boy A
At the other end of the spectrum are those writers who have literary ideals but - almost in an act of defiance against some of their peers - still manage to entertain their readers with a story. For some reason many of the best of these - Emily Bronte, Leo Tolstoy and so on - are long gone. There are contemporary writers, however, following in their footsteps... Jonathan Trigell is one of these writers.
The Sydney Morning Herald - on Cham