'The best book to come along for some time.' Vrij Nederland

Save Us, Maria Montanelli

Book Odessa Star
‘An intelligent, psychologically complex novel, exploring the boundaries of morality.’ STERN

Odessa Star

Herman Koch slaat verrassend toe in bijtende roman. Elsevier

Een film met Sophia

Even more than a book about memories, this is a book about lost memories and that is the thing that makes this one so special. Trouw

Finse dagen

Book The Ditch
‘Herman Koch, the best-selling postwar Dutch writer, shows yet again why he is the master of suspense and open endings.’ **** Humo

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

‘Koch has mastered all the tricks. He is the master of variety, balance and subtle cliff-hangers. [...] Plot-driven is an understatement: Koch cracks the whip to the very end.’ BOEK

Dear Mr M.

‘One reason to read a book (when well-executed) that may challe nge, horrify and even offend is because of the way it can help us di ssect our own fl aws and prejudices, our moral compass, and our actions. Summer House can certainly be engaged with on this level, leaving us alert a nd unsettled.’ WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN

Summer House with Swimming pool

‘The reader soon starts to hope for the know-it-all’s downfall, but Koch takes his time to satisfy that desire.’ de Volkskrant

Easy Living

‘Enjoyably true to life with Koch's flowing, ironic style as the familiar background music.’ BOEK

A Brief History of Deceit

Thinking of Bruce Kennedy
‘Koch has put it all ingeniously together. His humour is as restrained as his style. A powerful novel, without cannonballs whizzing past your ears. And yet the ending will keep ringing in your head long after you have finished reading it.’ Het Parool

Thinking of Bruce Kennedy

‘War at Last is a light-hearted story about ordinary people, told with humour and empathy.’ Leeuwarder Courant

War at Last

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

Eating with Emma