Reviews

  • Rich and compelling. Fuller is an accomplished writer

    Observer
  • Reminds me of JL Carr's A Month in the Country, Daphne Du Maurier's Jamaica Inn, and Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Incredibly atmospheric, vivid, and intriguing. I had to keep reminding myself that I wasn't reading a forgotten classic.

    Emma Healey
  • A stealthy shocker about thwarted desire. A sinister, slow-burn tale that saves its most heart-wrenching revelation for last

    Metro
  • A twisty, thorny, darkly atmospheric page turner about loneliness and belonging

    Gabriel Tallent, author of My Absolute Darling
  • As haunting as tuberose and delicate as a scalpel

    Laline Paull
  • Heady, claustrophobic . . . makes for perfect heatwave reading. Echoes Penelope Lively's Booker-winning Moon Tiger, Anita Brookner's Look At Me, and Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger

    Independent
  • A rich and hypnotic read

    Tatler
  • This darkly smouldering, desperately sad, superior psychological thriller contains shades of Zoe Heller's Notes On A Scandal

    Daily Mail
  • It is rare for me to put down a novel and then immediately consider rereading it to see what cleverness I might have missed. This time, though, I am tempted.

    Lucy Atkins, Sunday Times
  • Atmospheric. Rich, clever and very readable.

    Amanda Craig, Telegraph