'Herman Koch's satirical masterpiece Save Us, Maria Montanelli should be compulsory reading in all schools.' De Volkskrant

Save Us, Maria Montanelli

Book Odessa Star
‘An ingeniously plotted story. Odessa Star reads like a thriller.’ TROUW

Odessa Star

Een spannende roman over de liefde voor een jonge actrice, de verdorven filmwereld en de kunst van het thuisblijven. VPRO

Een film met Sophia

This could very well be Koch’s best novel. Het Parool

Finse dagen

Book The Ditch
‘Koch has mastered his métier with effortless superiority. Inventive, deceptively clear and full of friction. A publisher’s promise has rarely been so fully delivered.’ **** de Volkskrant

The Ditch

‘A groundbreaking book, clever and important. It is an ext remely funny, ‘shake awake’ book, that we probably need more than we’d like to know. I hope that there will be more translations of Herman Koch’s books. It will be a pleasure.’ Nordjyske (Denmark)

The Dinner

‘The writing is crystal clear and unpretentious, typically Koch!’ **** NRC HANDELSBLAD

Dear Mr M.

‘A stirring whodunit. A funny novel of manners. Herman Koch’s new novel is even better than The Dinner.’ KNACK

Summer House with Swimming pool

‘From the second line, “You must have heard of me”, you wish him the worst.’ de Volkskrant

Easy Living

‘We think Koch is a great writer. A fantastic anthropologist. He knows our quirks and our weaknesses, our desires and our fears, our poses and our hypocrisy. He has an eagle eye for the small, all-revealing gesture. He has the gift of plain language and, perhaps more importantly, the talent to capture the madhouse he believes the world to be and the pointlessness that he sees all around him in prose that almost always surprises and, yes, very often makes you laugh. That is pretty unique.’ De Standaard

A Brief History of Deceit

Thinking of Bruce Kennedy
‘Koch has outdone himself. His heroine is beautiful, tragic and believable.’ De Groene Amsterdammer

Thinking of Bruce Kennedy

‘While reading, you get caught up in the double-mesh nets of Herman’s actions and illusions.’ Trouw

War at Last

‘A humorous book about the desire for literary fame.’ Dagblad van het Noorden

Eating with Emma