‘Féline Minne unfurls the saga of her forebears with elegance and a lightness of touch. Intense experiences related through sensitively drawn vignettes leave plenty of room for inference. Deeds are not so much explained as observed; decisions are described but not judged. Grandma Medea is a generous novel that conveys the inscrutable web of relations from which we are all constantly trying to extract our sense of self.’
— Sally O’Reilly, author of Crude

‘Féline Minne writes like she paints: impulsively. Reading her novels feels the same as entering her magic realist world of her paintings.’
— Alexis Teplin, Royal College of Art

‘Knowing who you are and where you come from is a prerequisite to life, love and social engagement. If more of us did, then politics would no doubt be very different in the here and now of our global moment. Hats off to Féline Minne for bravely going there with sincerity and optimism and emerging even stronger in Grandma Medea.’
— John Slyce, Royal College of Art

‘I enjoyed reading Grandma Medea very much. Féline Minne is an eccentric pointillist with an original voice and literary talent.’
— Peter Buckman, The Ampersand Agency

‘A moving, witty and yet hilarious coming-of-age novel. It’s a shameless story about a girl who grew up in a selfish and depraved environment and had to figure everything out by herself.’
— Leo De Haes, Houtekiet

‘After reading the first chapter about the kidnapping, I knew I had something special in my hands. The perspective of a child serves as the only defence against the strong and overwhelming characters. Medea and I is a prosperous tragi-comedy.’
— Mark Cloostermans, De Standaard

‘'This debut by Féline Minne takes you on a wild ride through a hippie commune. And her childhood in which she learned how close love and obsession can lie together. A very intense story, a page turner.’
— Dirk Verhofstadt, Liberales

‘Féline describes the
wonderful surroundings of her childhood in a
beautiful, sensory way.’
— Annick Van Dorpe, De Morgen