In its feminist angle, The Miracle Inspector is reminiscent of MargaretAtwood's The Handmaid's Tale. Smith has an extraordinarily richimagination that never fails to surprise and delight. HuffpostBooks
Helen Smith crafts a story like she's the British lovechild of KurtVonnegut and Philip K. Dick, only with a feminist slant. Journal of Always Reviews
One of the finest novels of its genre. For Books' Sake
The Miracle Inspector is a dark dystopian novel, full of twists andturns that has the reader guessing and waiting in anticipation to seewhat happens next. Bella Online
Chosen as a "best book of the year" by For Books' Sake and The Cult Den
From the Author
Rather than try to tell the stories of the people I met, I wondered what it would be like if I had to flee from London. How would I escape? What kind of reception would I get if I arrived somewhere without money or possessions, with little understanding of the culture? How would I know who to trust? That was my starting point. I hope people will finish the book asking some of the questions I started with.