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Reviews

  • Her strongest yet... a powerful, beautiful novel that shows us our land as it really is: a place of shelter and cruelty, innocence and experience

    The Times
  • Dark, brilliantly observed and ultimately a tale of love winning the day.

    The Sunday Telegraph
  • An intriguing, moving novel that will make you question assumptions you have about modern life

    Tracy Chevalier, author of 'A Single Thread'
  • Superb...deservedly longlisted for this year's Women's Prize for Fiction

    Daily Mail
  • A moving portrait of a family struggling against time. This book is ultimately about redemption-about the unexpected importance of neighbours, lovers, and friends, and the ways in which we can re-envision our lives for the better

    Lucy Tan, author of What We Were Promised
  • So sharply, so utterly brilliant that I found myself holding my breath while reading it, dazzled by Fuller's mastery and precision.

    Lauren Groff, author of 'Fates and Furies'
  • With sensitivity and intelligence, Fuller unpicks the relentless complexity of the modern world

    The Guardian
  • 'The way she writes (with empathy but never sentimentality) moves my heart'

    Elizabeth Day, author of Magpie
  • Fuller is excellent at description, and capturing the twins' awkward interactions with the world. The fate of the illiterate and weak-hearted Jeanie once she loses everything that is safe is particularly unsettling

    The Sunday Times
  • It's merciless in its observation of casual cruelty and merciful in its observation of casual kindness and family love

    Richard Curtis

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