Reviews

  • Fascinating . . . Wild Game is a memoir that reads like a novel . . . describes -- beautifully -- the anguish of a child trapped in a tangled web of love and betrayal that affects her emotional decisions into adulthood

    The Times
  • Eye-popping . . . As books about families, sex and complicity go, this one’s right up there

    Rachel Cooke, Observer
  • Rich in details…intimate yet revealing in their way of a whole world...thrilling

    Joanna Scutts, Times Literary Supplement
  • Impossible-to-look-away-from... builds with anticipation and continues to unfold with observations and revelations

    Amazon.com Best Books of 2019
  • A sumptuous memoir of Brodeur’s glamorous, cocktail-sodden, spectacularly self-involved mother

    Emma Beddington, Sunday Times
  • Exquisite and harrowing . . . so gorgeously written and deeply insightful, and with a line of narrative tension that never slacks, from the first page to the last, that it’s one you’ll likely read in a single, delicious sitting

    New York Times Book Review
  • In this stunning tale of treachery – unsettling yet seductive – we are led through some of the darkest and most alluring corridors of the human heart

    O Magazine
  • Wild Game tells an extraordinary family story, but this riveting memoir will touch all mothers and daughters. Adrienne Brodeur explores with compassionate clarity the intense bonds of love and need that create a family; and the destruction that can ensue. This is a beautiful book

    Claire Messud
  • A fascinating, beautifully written account of a startling and tumultuous life

    Charlotte Heathcote, Daily Express
  • It’s all my American friends will talk about

    Hannah Betts, Daily Telegraph

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