“Price employs clever, precise writing that’s evocative and atmospheric without venturing into gory horror. This truly grim version of the future will keep readers riveted.”
Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“An existential odyssey to the soul of a climate-torn Europe to come. Grant Price’s progressive outlook on (wo)man-made climate change is done justice through diverse, multicultural perspectives written in cinematic prose.”
Nicholas Potter, EXBERLINER Magazine

“Price has crafted a gripping, evocative future thriller packed with high-octane action which isn't afraid to confront difficult issues and address moral imperatives we're familiar with in today's increasingly loud and lurid world ... a towering achievement that pulls no punches."
Starburst Magazine (9/10)

“An outstanding range of characters, clever observations and a very well-drawn society ... a thoughtful and inventive addition to the environmental apocalyptic genre."
Horror DNA (4/5)

“An apocalyptic action story that claims a literary and spiritual heritage ... By the Feet of Men is worthy of both legacies.”
Joseph D'Lacey, author of MEAT

“Price has written an entertaining book ... this is a story of hope.”
The Big Smoke

“Part adventure tale, part dystopian novel, this is an immersive story about survival and how the notion of the future keeps people going … a future-focused adventure with meaningful individual and global stakes.”
Foreword Magazine (5/5)

“A gut-punch of a novel … By the Feet of Men mines the depths of human despair to make the message abundantly clear: we don't have time.”
Mårten Thorslund, We Don’t Have Time

“Like a good action movie … with prose that keeps you engrossed the whole time.”
Future Fire Magazine

“A fascinating novel full of intriguing and engaging characters on a dangerous adventure … [a] post-apocalyptic triumph.”
David Turton, author of THE MALAISE**

“[The] prose is hard, sharp, often fierce, like an action hero punching a way through problems. An intelligent action thriller.”
Mad Hatter Reviews

“Well-paced, strong, balanced and utterly credible.”
Stuart Aken, author of the GENERATION MARS trilogy

"A too-realistic portrayal of humanity at its worst, eerily believable and entirely too possible in the not-so-distant future."
Literary Portals

"Climate fiction at its best ... a futuristic Western where post-apocalyptic cowboys ride their vehicles searching for a reason to live on."
Dennis Stephan, author of KLUB DER UNGELIEBTEN**

“Immersive, thoughtful, gritty and as realistic an interpretation as you're likely to get of a dystopian future.”
Paperbacks and Pinot (5/5)

“A new take on how the world can be changed by the hands of mankind.”
Long and Short Reviews (5/5)