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  • It’s in the Margaret Atwood/The Handmaid’s Tale veinvery literary and suspenseful…Set in an altered reality – one that feels familiar and yet deeply unfamiliar, that embodies some of the dailiness of life, and yet slowly reveals itself to be a very different, much more sinister place.

    Gillian Flynn, author of GONE GIRL
  • Each page sparkles with the ebullient and sinister magic of great storytelling ... An utterly magnificent achievement.

    Irvine Welsh
  • Not just uncompromising and courageous. I think it's one of the most cunning and spirited novels I've read for years... An intelligent and deeply literary novel.

    Ali Smith
  • Written with great verve and brio ... An astonishing debut, I have a feeling that Fagan is a name we will hear more of.

    Jackie Kay
  • The 15-year-old heroine and narrator, has a rough, raw, joyous voice that leaps right off the page and grabs you by the throat…This punkish young philosopher is struggling with a terrible past, while battling sinister social workers…The glorious Anais is unforgettable.

    The Times

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