The Mark and the Void

Editorial reviews

The Mark and the Void

Behind this novel’s antic machinations lurks a sharply intelligent satire, if one is willing to suspend enough disbelief.

Murray doesn’t quite pull it off — but his heart is in the right place.

When the plot stumbles, it's the characters that hold The Mark And The Void together, and Murray's careful cultivation of a cast of complete nut-jobs who (like most honest nut-jobs) have no idea that they're the craziest person in a room, a building or an industry already completely full of crazy people.