Something has happened to Peach. Blood runs down her legs, and the scent of charred meat lingers on her flesh. It hurts to walk, but she staggers home to parents that don't seem to notice.
Peach must patch herself up alone so she can go to college and see her boyfriend, Green. But sleeping is hard, working is hard, and eating is impossible when her stomach is swollen tight as a drum.
"An immensely talented young writer.... A strange and original work of art that manages to be both genuinely terrifying and undeniably joyful." (George Saunders, award-winning, Man Booker-nominated author of
Lincoln in the Bardo)
"Impossible to categorise, intimately weird and exhilaratingly bold...Emma Glass's massive talent is all her own." (Laline Paull, author of The Bees)
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Dark, harrowing but poetic
Visceral and surreal.