'It's the kind of book you can read while doing several other things at the same time, but sometimes that's just what you need' Wendy Holden, Daily Mail.
'This was a massive, million-plus bestseller in Glattauer's native Germany, and it's easy to see why. Short, striking and snappily written, Love Virtually explores the brilliant premise of love by accidental email' Henry Sutton, Daily Mirror.
'I couldn't put it down ... Obvious as that sounds, the only way to separate us was for the story to leave first and, like a jilted lover, when I reached the end I wanted more' Danielle Goldstein, Time Out.
'One of the cleverest and most magical love-dialogues in modern literature' Volker Hage, Der Spiegel.
'It's the beginning of a modern romance ... The end is as unexpected as it is inevitable. The book is translated from the German, but the whole thing is tout à fait' Ian Sansom, Guardian.
'A love story for the Internet age and one that will not fail to pull you in - excellent' Shona Lappin, New Books Magazine.