“An immortal achievement . . . it is, at all levels, readability itself.” —Financial Times, on The Forsyte Saga series
“Just because they were set in a world of frock-coats and ornate drawing rooms, we should not be blind to their modern dilemmas . . . the satire is sharp, the dialogue, elegant and witty, and the characterization—dazzling.” —Scotsman
“A cracking good story . . . compulsive, as well as very modern and outrageous.” —Sunday Times
“Still a terrific read, a satisfying, long, absorbing family story…which knocks spots off its pale imitators.” —Susan Hill
About the Author
John Galsworthy was a celebrated writer and dramatist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932.