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Michael DirdaEven if you're well up on Wells's life and writings, Lodge makes his novel-cum-biography mesmerizing…Lodge orchestrates the biographical narrative of A Man of Parts with his usual easy-going lightness and grace. Nonetheless, this is—for all its Wellsian particularities—still the common human story of how life, sooner or later, defeats our dreams. It's also a terrifically enjoyable novel.
—The Washington Post