A dark and suspenseful novel of lies, betrayal, and identity – perfect for fans of Big Little Lies and Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror. It was meant to be an evening to honour and celebrate Evelyn Caldwell’s award-winning, career-making scientific research – but Evelyn has things on her mind.
Things like Nathan, her husband, who has left her for a younger, better, newer woman. A woman who is now pregnant – but shouldn’t be – and is strikingly familiar. Too familiar to be a coincidence.
A woman who shouldn’t exist.
The Echo Wife is a propulsive new novel from an international rising star about identity, murder, and the choices society forces women to make.
Readers LOVE The Echo Wife
‘I read it in just under 24 hours, finding it hard to put down. It was deeply unsettling in places, but very intriguing’
‘As well as being a generally intriguing read, there are some jaw-dropping twists and shockers that I absolutely didn’t see coming, there was just so much going on in this book and I couldn’t put it down’
‘A powerful, tightly-written story that expertly deploys its themes of abuse, trauma and personhood. I enjoyed this immensely, and highly recommend it’
‘This book is a prime example of what a psychological suspense thriller should be! By far, it’s my favourite thriller read so far this year’
‘I was enthralled from early on – the author littered little bits of intrigue and then delivered a great twist which meant I was hooked’
In some ways this book is an update of the Stepford Wives
An edge-of-your-seat tale . . . a unique, thrilling adventure, with truly unexpected twists and turns the whole way through
It's an unpredictable story . . . chilling . . . for an escape from our current stuck-at-home situation, The Echo Wife could be for you
Looking for an out-of-the-box thinking, mind-blowing read? This book is the one for you. Pure science fiction at its very best! Original and compelling
The Echo Wife is a unique and thought-provoking read; with so many books adapted into films at the moment I don't think it will be long before the rights are snapped up for this one
A dark, smart and cerebral thriller that digs deep into the ethics of cloning and our own sense of morality