“A heavily embroidered coming-of-age tale…. Energetic….Full of sound and fury.”
Quill and Quire
“An unapologetically high-concept novel that is both giddy and reverential.”
“The Last Days of the Lacuna Cabal’s a fierce and challenging and spunky book, and it’s fun as hell…”
Bruce Bauman, author of And The Word Was
"Sean Dixon is a worthy successor to some of Canada’s foremost authors. He is in possession of an imaginative gift akin to Timothy Findley, the erudition and style of Robertson Davies and the off beat humor of Mordecai Richler. And like them, he is deserving of recognition and a following south of the border."
Michael Redhill, author of Consolation
"A sort of Tristram Shandy for the twenty-first century, Dixon’s first novel is an intellectual, sexual, logorrheic, bibliophilic, cryptological, political, and archaeological rant of the first order. It’ll blow your mind."