`An existential thriller written in prose that points the way to the future' Zadie Smith
`Fight Club for girls' Vogue
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A lives with B.
B seems to be becoming more and more like A.
If A's boyfriend, C, likes A because A is A, but now B is the same as A, where does that leave A?
And what has happened to the family across the street, who left one afternoon out of nowhere, covered in sheets with holes cut out for the eyes?
`Comical, malignant and addictive' Adam Thirlwell
`As good a debut as I've ever read' Zadie Smith
`This book will unsettle you; this book will make you feel intensely alive' Buzzfeed