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Reviews

  • The mother of all thrillers! Like The Girl on the Train - but better!

    Daily Mail
  • A gripping debut that explores and manipulates the fears and insecurities of mothers everywhere . . . Well thought out, vividly realised and gripping

    Guardian
  • An inventive twist on the psychological thriller formula . . . Audrain sustains the suspense expertly through assured handling of her unravelling protagonist's voice

    Sunday Times
  • Ashley dares us to find the relatable in the worst we can imagine . . . the knife-edge between relatability and horror keeps the reader hooked

    Grazia
  • I was gripped from the first word to the last. I've been wanting a book to take me back to how I felt when I first read We Need to Talk About Kevin. When you close the book but can't function until you know how it ends ... I really recommend this one

    Dawn O'Porter
  • I was gripped . . . dazzling and gloriously complete

    Daisy Buchanan
  • The Push was a poetic, propulsive read that set my nerves jangling in both horror and recognition. I read it one sitting and it stayed with me for days afterwards. Not to be missed

    Lisa Jewell
  • A compelling, compulsively readable thriller that never lets up and will keep you guessing right to the very last page

    Daily Express
  • Powerful and immersive

    Emma Stonex, author of The Lamplighters
  • I was completely engrossed in The Push from the very first page. So tense, so all-encompassing! It's a jet-black story of motherhood, inheritance and expectations, and I loved it

    Abigail Dean, author of Girl A

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