A novel about love -- and state-sanctioned impunity ... Paranoid fantasy or reality? Brilliant, chilling
With great skill and sympathy, Clark evokes a febrile society in which politics, love and art offer no certainties, and the ground always threatens to open beneath her characters' feet.
A magnificent, nuanced and intricate novel. Trespass is as political as it is personal, both moving and psychologically fascinating
A fascinating tale . . . Clark's historical worlds are meticulously researched.
An irresistible story . . . as compelling as it is expansive - Guardian