A funny thought provoking book full of colourful characters and witty observances of everyday life. I laughed, I cried and I stayed up all night reading it as it was so hard to put down. Looking forward to the next book, hurry up and write it!

Laura Saurus

I really enjoyed this book and am already looking forward to the next one. I’d really recommend reading both of Jonathan’s books to anyone. The Page will keep you intrigued from start to finish and will keep you wanting more by the end!

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I was drawn to this book by the intriguing premise and it did not disappoint. The writing is first-class and although the author plays a dangerous game in making his protagonist so objectionable, I think he pulls it off. The story moves along at a swift pace and is not bogged down with unnecessary and over-written prose. I have to say though that the clues were a bit too well hidden for me and I’m not sure I even know what I was meant to be looking for. However, this did not spoil my enjoyment of this excellent book.

Kathryn Hughes, author of The Letter

Author, The Letter

A really riveting read. I loved his first book The Radio and often feel that the second books are disappointing. However it really grabs you from the first page. Can’t wait for book number three!!

S McLoughlin


What a fantastic book. Spent the last week up until 2am every day, looking for clues. Very descriptive and deceptive. Loved it. I have a degree in English and have read so many books. …. This is one of my favorites ever 🙂

K Dawson


The Page is unlike anything that I’ve read before. Primarily a thriller, it’s also a dark and witty tale, with possibly one of the most obnoxious and quite cruel lead characters that I’ve ever come across.

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Anne Cater