'A brilliant story this – addictive, dark, compelling and very clever, I read it fast one of those books that hooks you in and won’t let go.' - Liz Currently Loves
Inside we are all monsters…
Chloe was once a normal girl. Until the night of the car crash that nearly claimed her life. Now Chloe’s mother is dead, her father is a shell of the man he used to be and the secrets that had so carefully kept their family together are falling apart.
A new start is all Chloe and her father can hope for, but when you think you’re no longer human how can you ever start pretending?
The perfect read for fans of British horror and haunting gothic novels
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Praise for Zoë Markham
'Read this book! If you're at all a fan of anything YA, Gothic and/or Frankenstein then you will love the story of Chloe. Started reading this at 12.15am and didn't put it down until I was finished. ' – Fi on Goodreads
‘In a nutshell, if you like young adult books then read this, if you like zombie books then read this and every kind of book in between you need to read this.’ – Random Redheaded Ramblings
'It’s a wonderful take on the often fractious relationship between teens and their parents, beautifully transmitted by Markham.' – Jack Croxhall
'A great Gothic YA that will appeal to adult readers as well' – Rosee on Goodreads
About the author
Having recently pulled off a dramatic escape from the rat race, Zoë now spends her days endlessly monkeying about with words.
In a tiny, tumbledown bungalow in the wilds of West Oxfordshire she creates, destroys, giggles maniacally and cries dramatically whilst consuming epic amounts of builder's tea and trying to keep the cats off the keyboard.
Her husband has learned to ignore her fictional delusions, but her five-year-old son still thinks they're the best thing ever, and often offers helpful advice ("Dragons would make it better, Mummy. Red ones.")