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Bad Fruit: The unforgettable, gripping and highly acclaimed new crime thriller debut novel from a hot literary fiction voice of 2023

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But as home truths creep out of the shadows, Lily must recast everything: what if her house isn't a home - but a prison? The pace is pitched extremely well and I genuinely couldn’t put it down as this is a psychological thriller that has you in its grip throughout. This would be the first, and it amazes me on how I actually enjoyed it a lot— although I would say, it was stressful, harrowing and quite blistering too. Bad Fruit heralds a seriously impressive new talent in Ella King CHRIS WHITAKERMasterful in its evocation of the complexity of mother-daughter relationships . This story is about one of the most dysfunctional and toxic families it would ever be your misfortune to meet.

A graduate of Faber Academy's novel-writing programme, she won the Blue Pencil Pitch Prize 2019 and came third in the Aurora Prize for Short Fiction 2019. On the surface, Lily’s life looks idyllic but it soon becomes clear that it’s far from that, revealed to us through her unique coping techniques, including the safe space she creates in her attic bedroom: 'Here’s where I keep me, in this hole under the floorboards. Subservient to her mother and forced to act as a go-between for her mother and her siblings, her life is pretty bleak.Một chút thất vọng vì nội dung chẳng hề "đáng lo ngại" như mình được nghe qua, mình có kỳ vọng vì cuốn sách này được so sánh với My Dark Vanessa nhưng khi đọc xong thì mình chẳng thấy vậy. Bad Fruit is at once a beautiful and harrowing novel which explores family dynamics, and tracks a journey of self-discovery. Vitamin C is not just a vitamin but also an antioxidant that science, such as a 2017 publication in Nutrients, says serves as an immune defender on multiple fronts, including protecting against harmful pathogens by strengthening the skin's natural barriers and protecting the body from oxidative stress and inflammation, which can wreak havoc on your health.

the uninteresting reenactments and dry flashbacks interrupted the atmosphere and always took me out of the story. Beautiful, astounding for a debut novel Reader review This is a cracker HARRIET TYCEDisturbing, poignant and memorable all at once OBSERVERA riveting novel exploring how family ties can both make us and break us REDBeautifully captures your imagination from start to finish Reader review Beautiful, disturbing, impossible to put down. Loved it, am going to go read something fluffy for a little bit, and oh my god I just noticed this is a debut. As it reaches a climax towards the end it’s heartbreaking, so tense the atmosphere can be cut with a knife and although it’s not an easy read you are transfixed. Don’t go in expecting some thrilling thrillride – however, if you want a sleeper of a literary domestic this one may be up your alley.In her debut novel, King brilliantly portrays generational abuse and trauma passed down from parent to child and a resulting, conscious fight to break free from the toxic cycle.

It was snapped up by HarperFiction in a five-way auction – you can read more about it in the Bookseller here. she seeks to destroy them in anyway possible so that they can continue to obey her outrageous demands. We are left wondering what really lies at the heart of this strange family and how any of them can escape the destructive cycle of dependence and anger we bear witness to. It delves so descriptively into the toxicity of family ties; the dynamic was so flawed with overwhelming fragments of generational trauma, domestic abuse, resentment, of trust and lies, manipulation and the level of fragility that one’s psyche could handled.A powerful, hard-hitting and exquisitely written novel’ CLARE MACKINTOSH ‘This is a cracker’ HARRIET TYCE ‘Disturbing, poignant and memorable all at once – an exploration of a very dark relationship between a daughter and her mother’ OBSERVER ‘A riveting novel exploring how family ties can both make us and break us’ RED ‘Beautiful, disturbing, impossible to put down. Bad Fruit occupies that liminal space between psychological thriller and horror, beautifully written and incredibly disturbing.

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