How does a beautiful young woman - a little crazy, sure - end up consulting a spiritualist? . . . Let he who has loved without becoming a monster throw the first lighter . . . All This Has Nothing To Do With Me is a small, deeply singular work . . . The success of this extremely amiable book owes as much to its unique ambition as its disparate form. The work is carried by a constant sense of self-directed irony, and an unfailing sense of humour.
Elle (France) Book of the week