(Malham Cove by BM, August 2016).
“The writing is masterful. The descriptive power throughout is akin to that of the best metaphysical poetry. Sometimes a writer might combine matter-of-fact passages with the occasional flourish, thus jarring the reader out of the text as if they’ve found a diamond in their corn flakes. Not Myers; to read Turning Blue is to be totally immersed, to be so engaged with the richness of the text that when reality calls and the book needs placing back on the table, you long to escape back to it. Myers creates a world that, for all its horror – and there is horror here, make no mistake – is so deep and complex that it stays with you. This is a writer who deserves a cult following….”