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Foxlowe is gorgeous and seductive. The story propels you toward an ending that feels both shocking and inevitable, and the last line is a stunner. I was completely gripped.”
—Flynn Berry, author of Under the Harrow

“With echoes of both Shirley Jackson and Emily Brontë, Wasserberg has written a terrifying coming-of-age novel about childhood’s pull on the imagination and loyalty to memory. Foxlowe creeped me out of my skin.”
—Rebecca Scherm, author of Unbecoming

“Mesmerizing, gripping, and beautifully written. It completely sweeps you up from beginning to end. I loved it.”
—Kate Hamer, author of The Girl in the Red Coat
 
“An excellent debut . . . Wasserberg has a strong and distinctive voice.”
—Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go

“A meticulously conceived and darkly compelling debut. . . . Underpinning the claustrophobic horror of its main theme is a parable of unchecked sibling rivalry, a girl’s desperate need for motherly love, and the knotted consequences of childhood trauma.”
—The Observer (London)
 
“Wasserberg should be admired. . . . For some time after reading, I found myself unable to shake the images she conjured up, instead sinking more deeply into them—which is testament to the storytelling powers of this talented novelist.”
—Sarah Perry, The Guardian

“An assured and richly atmospheric debut novel . . . Wasserberg sustains this world with formidable skill, and documents its inevitable collapse to heartbreaking effect. . . . From Green’s perspective emerges a study of moral dysfunction that is meticulous, intimate, and compelling. Foxlowe may give up its secrets, in the end, but it never gives up its hold.”
The Irish Times 

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