The Herd | Paperback | By Emily Edwards

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  • The Herd
  • Pages: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Emily Edwards
  • Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Publication date: 17 Feb 2022
  • Category: Contemporary Fiction
  • Size: 15.3 x 23.4 x 2.5 cm
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The Herd by Emily Edwards

Synopsis

It is hard to imagine a more timely novel.

You should never judge how someone chooses to raise their child. Elizabeth and Bryony are polar opposites but their unexpected friendship has always worked.

They're the best of friends, and godmothers to each other's daughters - because they trust that the safety of their children is both of their top priority. But what if their choice could harm your own child?

Little do they know that they differ radically over one very important issue. And when Bryony, afraid of being judged, tells what is supposed to be a harmless white lie before a child's birthday party, the consequences are more catastrophic than either of them could ever have imagined . . .

Reviews

'Really beautifully written, compassionately told and incredibly thought provoking. A truly immersive telling of both sides of a story' Susan Lewis

'Insightful, compassionate and nuanced. The Herd is so good.' Louise O'Neill

'A genuine rollercoaster that asks big moral questions with beautifully drawn characters.' Sharon Horgan

A fascinating exploration of all sides of a particularly knotty, politicized issue.' Jodi Picoult

'Will have book clubs across the country in hot debate! Brilliant.' Clare Mackintosh

About the Author

After studying at Edinburgh University, Emily Edwards worked for a think tank in New York before returning to London where she worked as a support worker for vulnerable women at a large charity. She now lives in Lewes, East Sussex with her endlessly patient husband and her two endlessly energetic young sons.

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