FINALIST FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE
"A stunning debut . . . A wonder to behold."*
"An utterly arresting novel about family, home, rural exploitation, violence and, most of all, the loyalty and love of children under siege." --*
"An impressive slice of contemporary noir steeped in Yorkshire legend . . .
possesses a rich and unfussy lyricism." --
"Thrums with all the energy and life of the forests that surround the family . . . Rhythmic and lilting, the writing is dreamily poetic . . .
is a rich and earthy tale of family life, sibling relationships, identity, how we define community." --