The Seawomen: the gripping and acclaimed feminist novel for fans of Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman
'If you're looking for your next Handmaid's Tale-esque fix, this is it' Belfast Telegraph
The highly acclaimed debut novel about the power of women, for fans of Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman.
They say wickedness lies in the sea.
To touch the water - to even look at it - will stir up the sin that naturally lives in the heart of each woman. The only path to salvation is obedience, marriage and motherhood. Those women on the isle of Eden who fail in their duty will be cast back into the dark water, without mercy.
But the sea calls to Esta. It always has.
When danger forces Esta beyond the shallows, she uncovers a different world. One of freedom and power. It sets her on a course to uncover a secret sunk beneath the waves and the truth that will tear Eden apart.
The Seawomen is a fiercely written and timely feminist novel, at once gothic, fantastical and truly unforgettable, for fans of Margaret Atwood and Kiran Millwood Hargrave.
'A gripping tale of love and bravery' SOPHIE WARD, author or The Schoolhouse
'Unsettling and lushly written' KIRSTY LOGAN, author of Now She is Witch
'A powerful, enchanting novel' ANNA BAILEY, author of Tall Bones
'Mesmerising and moving' SUSANNAH WISE, author of The Fragile Earth
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