It is a mark of quality that Williams's book helps the reader to grasp firmly some of the most difficult questions that arise onreading Difference and Repetition...[The book] is written in an accessible style and takes a bold and clear interpretativestand in response to the two challenges of illustrating Deleuze's philosophy in relation to our lives and of explaining some of histechnical innovations in a critical manner...The book will certainly motivate any reader to study Deleuze.
(Isabella Palin The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology
This book is a turning point for those interested in Deleuze that will mean that writing on Deleuze will never be thesame...Williams has produced an exemplary reading of what he rightly calls 'one of the great philosophical works of thetwentieth century'...This book deserves to be called a major event in Deleuze scholarship.
(Iain MacKenzie Poststructural & Radical Politics Newsletter
A major event in Deleuze scholarship.
(John Protevi, Louisiana State University)