An intense and intriguing novel that never quite lets the reader get comfortable. It understands about the fuzzy boundary between the normal and the strange, and weaves them together in a gripping, ever-darkening narrative
Who wouldn't kill for a comic gift like Jenn Ashworth's?
A hugely readable debut novel . . . about the inability to know others and ourselves
Evokes a damaged mind with the empathy and confidence of Ruth Rendell
Extremely intense and powerfully intriguing