“Stunning . . . Sorry is the kind of thriller, the kind of novel, that doesn’t come along every day…[It] thrills, and it thrills immaculately. It’s that oft-cited but very rare species of novel we call a page-turner, and it brilliantly achieves this because Drvenkar knows how to use all the tools at his disposal, to excellent effect . . . Sorry is a thriller that should—despite occasional grisly moments—be savored.” —The New York Times Book Review
"Dark, demented, radical and grotesquely humorous, Sorry upends every convention of modern fiction craft, and brilliantly . . . Sorry might well be the mystery of the year!" —Bookpage
“Riffing on the nature of remorse within an elegantly structured and labyrinthine plot, Drvenkar gives his lead characters complicated backstories touching on estrangement, child abuse, and grief. This is a very clever, dark read. . .Drvenkar [is] a writer to watch.” —Booklist
“A challenging, insightful thriller . . . Drvenkar adroitly keeps the reader in the dark as he unravels a horrific story of child sexual abuse, savage revenge, and retribution.” —Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Zoran Drvenkar was born in Croatia in 1967 and moved to Germany when he was three years old. He has been working as a writer since 1989 and lives in a former corn mill just outside of Berlin.