“Dodd escorts Kafka into the 21st Century, every bit as horrifying and brutal as ante-bellum Europe, just when we thought we’d finally closed the door on senseless nationalism, extremism and division. D.O. Dodd is a brave and original writer.”
– Joseph Kertes, winner of the National Jewish Book Award for Gratitude
“A starkly brutal existential journey into power, guilt, identity, bureaucracy and the darkest corners of the human soul. There is no laying of blame here. Simply a laying bare of non-negotiable and elemental truths. A cross between Kafka and Conrad, Jew is a fascinating read filled with resonances.”
– Michael Mirolla, author of Berlin
“This is our world turned on its head, and wonderfully writ. Astonishing.”
– Linda Spalding, author of Who Named the Knife, and co-editor of BRICK
“Rivetting, horrific, poetic brilliance. In the company of Kafka’s The Trial, O’Hagan’s Tay John and Tournier’s The Ogre.
– Michael Turner, author of The Pornographer’s Poem