Everything can change in a heartbeat ... The pulse-pounding new thriller from the bestselling author of You Don't Know Me'The novel everyone will be talking about' Natasha Lester
Lainey's friend Ellis is missing. And she's not the only one. In the six months since the first case of a terrifying new epidemic - when a healthy baby wouldn't take a breath at birth - the country has been thrown into turmoil. The government has passed sweeping new laws to monitor all citizens. And several young pregnant women have vanished without trace.As a midwife, Lainey's mum Emma is determined to be there for those who need her. But when seventeen-year-old Lainey finds herself in trouble, this dangerous new world becomes very real. The one person who might help is Emma's estranged mother, but reaching out to her will put them all in jeopardy ...The Hush is a new breed of near-future thriller, an unflinching look at a society close to tipping point and a story for our times, highlighting the power of female friendship through a dynamic group of women determined to triumph against the odds.'Smart and considered, this is the book I wish I had written. Sara Foster is one of my favourite writers.' Dervla McTiernan'Magnificent. Writer envy. Foster is changing the game.' Nikki Gemmell'Brilliantly imagined and superbly told, this story reaches out and grabs you right from the outset. It's impossible to put down, not just because of the gripping plot but because the three women at the centre of the book wind themselves around your heart as they struggle to comprehend the increasingly frightening world they're living in. This is the novel everyone will be talking about this year.' Natasha Lester, New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Secret
- Publication Date:
- 27 / 10 / 2021
Wow, some serious twist and turn of events!
I absolutely loved this book! I found it hard to put down as I kept finding myself wanting to know what would happen next.
The Hush takes you on a journey of a mother and daughter tangled up in a twist of conspiracy theories and Government deceit.
It makes you wonder just how much you are at the mercy of laws and legislation.
An easy to read, thought-provoking book that I would happily recommend if you like intrigue.