Our Reviews


“After reading this debut novel by Terry Gulliver, I want Willy to move to my town and have a dinner party for my friends and me! The main character in Willy-Willy is a loveable and quirky man who is a romantic at heart.

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Mary Mitchell Lundeen

“Willy-Willy is the entertaining and hypnotic tale of the eponymous Willy that takes him from the world he knows to a place where he barely knows himself. This is the tale of Willy’s journey after an incident in Australia, to the foreign and confusing Sweden where he tries to make a new life for himself and put himself back together in the process.

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Robert Thompson

“Be ready for a journey that transcends genre boundaries as it carries you along. So, pretty quickly I realised we were crossing in and out of memoir and fantasy with a good dose of self-deprecating humour.

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Judy Williams

“If Dostoevsky’s Prince Myshkin dreamt up an imaginary geologist friend that decided to abscond to Sweden after a stint in Australia, that friend would be our leading man in Willy-Willy. Like the prince, Willy experiences episodes of epilepsy that cause confusion and, at times, something like enlightenment as well.

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Zoe Thompson