'Powerful and heartbreaking'
'Gripping... Razak painstakingly paints a portrait of a family; their rituals, their private languages, their shared lives. This careful characterisation pays off, heartbreakingly, when the horrors of partition wreak havoc on small, happy lives'
'Assured and powerful'
'One of the best debuts I've ever read. It made my heart swell'
Sarah Winman, author of Tin Man and Still Life
'Takes us right to the heart and the heat of Partition-era Delhi. A stunning, powerful work by a brave new voice in British fiction'
Anna Hope, author of Expectation
'Powerful and moving... Every character springs from the page - the writer's skill and sympathy are immense'
Clare Chambers, author of Small Pleasures
'From the first beautiful and terrifying pages I couldn't put Moth down... One of the most immersive reading experiences I can remember: I loved this book'
Sally Magnusson, author of The Sealwoman's Gift