'Great yarn, interesting characters and a real live political issue. A lovely, light touch, but dealing with many important issues. Enjoyed it very much.'
- Yinnon Ezra MBE
'A post-Brexit world is given an imaginative, tongue-in-cheek interpretation...an engaging human story.'
- Trevor Sturgess, Kent Profile magazine
'I thoroughly enjoyed it! I loved the sardonic humour and boy, do parts ring true.'
- Diane Osborn
'I liked the wry humour...Tom Sharpe lives!'
- Michael Curtis
'I couldn't put it down and I finished it in about 5 hours! It really is excellent on so many levels.'
- Helen Kirwan
'A gripping tale.'
- Peter Hewitt, Creek FM
John Brazier discussed 'i.d.' on Creek FM's Spoken Word on 5th April 7-9pm. Listen again on https://www.mixcloud.com/creekfmfcr/
The April/May edition of Kent Profile magazine has a piece on 'i.d.' on its Inside Business pages.
Throughout a career in culture and politics, John Brazier has written articles, stories, sketches, reviews and exhibition catalogues published by various organisations including The Times, Arts Review, Channel 4, English Heritage, Historic House and various museums and galleries. This is his first novel.