A BOOK ABOUT THE IRAQ WAR, TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES, OCCULT PRACTICES, AND THE UK CRISIS OF NATIONAL IDENTITY.
Our Lady of Everything’s salty bizarrerie treads new paths through the entanglement of the global and the local, happily mingling the natural with the supernatural and the everyday with the downright weird in exuberant style (Jennifer Hodgson, author and editor of AnnQuinn: TheUnmappedCountry)
Our Lady of Everything is a complex, yet touchingly human novel... Finlay's visual arts background is pronounced in her graceful use of imagery that adds a poetic, airy touch to her prose (Joolz Denby, author of BillyMorgan and BorrowedLight)
A funny and affecting portrait of modern Britain in all its kaleidoscopic glory (Laura Kaye, author of EnglishAnimals)
It's refreshing to see a novel that focuses the lens on regional identites. Charming (Ones to Watch 2019, Elle Magazine)
Finlay weaves a vibrant and enchanting patchwork of British society at the turn of the millenium... Wry, peculiar and bittersweet, OurLadyofEverything points to the myriad rituals and belief systems we all depend upon to make sense of our messy realities (HotLit! Ex-Berliner)
A poignant character-driven novel about love, faith and searching for answers in our modern times (Culturefly)