Reviews

  • The cool intensity and strange beauty of Blue Ticket is a wonder - be sure to read everything Sophie Mackintosh writes

    Deborah Levy, author of 'Hot Milk'
  • Dreamlike, tense, compelling... Blue Ticket adds something new to the dystopian tradition set by Orwell's 1984 or Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale... Piercing moments of wisdom and insight drive toward a pitch-perfect ending

    The New York Times
  • Even more hallucinatory and spiralled than her first [novel]... Terrifying and enchanting in equal measure

    Lit Hub, Best New Books to Read This Summer
  • This book left me breathless - it is gloriously subversive in its exploration of motherhood and desire. I'll be pressing it on everyone

    Angela Chadwick, author of 'XX'
  • Both claustrophobic and expansive, dream-like and heart-stoppingly tense. You will want to languish in its world for a very long time

    Lara Williams, author of 'Supper Club'
  • A dark fable... Mackintosh sensitively conveys resonant questions about motherhood, female solidarity, queer love, and bodily autonomy

    New Yorker
  • Strange and luminous, spare and precise... A thrilling exploration of what it means to follow one's own longing to the point of destruction and beyond

    Rosie Price, author of 'What Red Was'
  • Chilling, timely, thought-provoking

    Esquire, Best Books of Summer 2020
  • Chilling, haunting, heartbreaking... Mackintosh brings a new sense of pathos to the dystopian novel... A moving and original meditation on freedom, fate, and women's rage

    Kirkus, Starred Review
  • A must for Handmaid's Tale aficionados

    Booklist

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