Tannaz Allaway in the Marie Claire about The White King:

Through a sequence of vaguely connected episodes of boyhood, Dragoman’s award-winning second novel (and his first to be published in English) blends humour, innocence and terror to create a stunning work that touchingly reflects on freedom and corruption.

Read the full review here.

James Cleary reviews the book in the Sunday Sun:

“The experiences of Djata are littered with uplifting moments, stark reminders that beneath the curtain of a communism wrapped around the shoulders of the people, there is warmth and hope. “