Signed Edition: The Things We Do To Our Friends

Heather Darwent

Format: Hardback

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd


A deliciously dark, intoxicating, compulsive tale of feminist revenge, toxic friendships, and deadly secrets

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SKU: 9780241538821-2

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‘Satisfyingly dark, cleverly plotted and pleasingly Donna Tarttish’ Emma Flint, Little Deaths’A deeply compelling story of friendships turned rotten’ Rosemary Hennigan, The Truth Will Out——Clare arrives at the University of Edinburgh with a secret.This is her chance for a blank slate: to find the right people and reinvent herself.And then she meets Tabitha.Tabitha is charismatic, beautiful and intimidatingly wealthy. Soon Clare is sucked into her enigmatic circle of friends and their dizzying world of champagne on rooftops and summers in France.Her new life has begun.Then Tabitha reveals the little project they’re working on, a project they need Clare’s help with. It’s reckless, possibly perilous and might finally allow Clare to become who she was meant to be…But how much is an extraordinary life worth if others have to pay?An intoxicating feminist page-turner with shades of The Secret History and Promising Young Woman, this novel will take you on a journey from Edinburgh’s dazzling spires to the dripping staircases and dark alleyways of its underbelly.——‘Startlingly lovely, like a fine, dark silk shivering on your skin’ Julia Heaberlin, We Are All the Same in the Dark’Dark academia and twisted friendships in gothic Edinburgh – what more could you want?’ Cailean Steed, Home’Dark and compulsive, this will have you turning the pages late into the night’ Sarah Bonner, Her Perfect Twin’An intriguing and complex heroine’ Phoebe Wynne, Madam’Such an immersive, surprising, impressive debut’ Niamh Hargan, Twelve Days In May’Power, privilege and the most toxic of friendships. All set against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh …’ Carys Jones, The List

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Weight 750 kg
Dimensions 240 × 156 × 40 mm
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