You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine
'The next voice of a generation' Elle
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A young woman called A lives with a young woman called B. B is becoming more and more like A: wearing her clothes, using her make-up. If A's boyfriend, C, likes A because A is A, but now B is the same is A, where does that leave A?
'Brilliant. A contemporary take on Single White Female as scripted by Miranda July, shot through with elements of a distinctly Atwoodian dystopia' Observer
'A disturbing, super-smart mystery' Daily Mail
'As good a debut as I've ever read' Zadie Smith