'Can there be a more unreliable narrator than a teenage girl?'
Fiona Palmer is (un)happily married when a chance meeting with her former teacher plunges her headlong into an affair.
Intercut with the realities of their adult relationship, Fiona remembers first meeting the enigmatic Henry Morgan as a precocious and lonely fourteen-year-old. Her schoolgirl crush developed into an intense relationship, but it was always one which she controlled.
Or did she?
A controversial, compelling debut novel from an award-winning writer which will appeal to fans of The Girl on a Train.