"With its enthusiasm for secret societies and acts that echo through time, it mines the fruitful ground between Cloud Atlas and Foucault's Pendulum..." -- James Smart, The Guardian
"...an extraordinarily clever enterprise that repays close reading." -- Gutter Magazine
About the Author
Andrew Crumey was born in Glasgow in 1961. He read theoretical physics and mathematics at St Andrews University and Imperial College in London, before doing post-doctoral research at Leeds University on nonlinear dynamics.After a spell of being the literary editor at Scotland on Sunday he now combines teaching creative writing at Northumbria University with his writing. He is the author of seven novels: Music, in a Foreign Language (1994), Pfitz (1995), D'Alembert's Principle (1996),Mr Mee (2000), Mobius Dick (2004), Sputnik Caledonia (2008) and The Secret Knowledge (2013).