With characters that are sharply observed with a beady eye for detail, this is a haunting study of family, grief, and loss
This slender novel puts a fragile family under the spotlight with great effect
Exquisitely written, with a beautiful balance between darkness and humour
A clever exploration of family and grief
'Beautifully written and well-paced - a real page-turner which I read in two sittings . . . I can still picture every corner of the island as though I was there - a place of unease, mystery and wild beauty'
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Praise for The Wilderness:
'Evocative, stunning and so beautifully written, the landscape of the wilderness smothers Anna as effectively as her marriage has always done. A powerful book about how the needs of men often consume the women and girls around them. I absolutely loved it'
'Darkly beautiful and exquisitely written, I loved this haunting story'
A slender, intense book that explores grief and love, but with such a sharp attention to detail that I found it very difficult to put down
A clever exploration of family and grief. Not only is this a very well-written book with wonderfully-interesting characters, but the suspense builds at just the right pace as the story unfolds
'Swept away in the depth and darkness of her storytelling, the beauty of the landscape and these fragile, damaged relationships'
'Pungently atmospheric . . . beautiful descriptions'
'Almost indecently readable . . . Duguid keeps the tension almost at boiling point'
'Insightful, moving, and with a gloriously described location where nature rules'