“Part thriller, part fable, The Wrong Hands has elements of magic realism reminiscent of Skellig and a teenage narrator with the kind of ingénue voice that marked The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. . . . An intriguing read.”—The Sunday Telegraph (London)
“Hugely entertaining.”—The Independent (U.K.)
“Sharp and knowing and funny.”—The Sunday Times (U.K.)
From the Hardcover edition.