Nightbitch

Nightbitch

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Paperback Published on: 07/07/2022
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Nightbitch
Completely feral
My favourite book of the year so far. Utterly compelling and completely unhinged. I loved this!
Georgia
Nightbitch
Biting humour!
Thoroughly enjoyed this book! Rachel Yoder manages to capture a flurry of feeling and blur the line between real and unreal without losing any honesty. The... READ MORE
Toni at Brent Cross

Synopsis

One day, the mother was a mother but then, one night, she was quite suddenly something else.

At home full-time with her two-year-old son, an artist finds she is struggling. She is lonely and exhausted. She had imagined - what was it she had imagined? Her husband, always travelling for his work, calls her from faraway hotel rooms. One more toddler bedtime, and she fears she might lose her mind.

Instead, quite suddenly, she starts gaining things, surprising things that happen one night when her child will not sleep. Sharper canines. Strange new patches of hair. New appetites, new instincts. And from deep within herself, a new voice...

With its clear eyes on contemporary womanhood and sharp take on structures of power, Nightbitch is an outrageously original, joyfully subversive read that will make you want to howl in laughter and recognition. Addictive enough to be devoured in one sitting, this is an unforgettable novel from a blazing new talent.

  • Publisher: Vintage Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781529113990
  • Number of pages: 256
  • Weight: 181g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 16 mm

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Nightbitch
Tore through it in one day
An easy 5 stars! A brilliantly clever account of Motherhood. I never thought bedtime With a toddler could be explained so deftly. I highly recommend th... READ MORE
katie thompson
Nightbitch
Delightfully Bonkers
Although no doubt based on real feelings of the early years of motherhood and the dramatic life-changes that ensue, this story takes off into a visceral an... READ MORE
Derek Duerden