Dimensions:228.6 x 152.4 x 27.94 mm | 1.11 lb
Page Count:352 pages
“Cleverly constructed and brilliantly paced, The Party is a raw telling of a family coming apart at the seams. Robyn Harding weaves a riveting tale that is impossible to put down.” - Bill Clegg, New York Times bestselling author of Did You Ever Have a Family
"Robyn Harding spins a masterful tale of the disintegration of a seemingly perfect family in the aftermath of a disastrous sweet sixteen party. Engrossing and unflinching in its portrayal of the dark side of human nature, The Party takes the concept of 'mean girls' to a whole new level."
- A. J. Banner, #1 bestselling author of The Good Neighbor and The Twilight Wife
"Suspenseful and provocative, The Party is a story that will keep you reading and keep you thinking long after you’ve turned the last page. This is one party invitation you don’t want to turn down." - Barbara Taylor Sissel, bestselling author of CROOKED LITTLE LIES
"In this blistering fast read, self-obsessed soccer moms battle it out with their nasty teenagers who refuse to grow up. Why should they? Their parents never did…
A compulsive page-turner that mines the push-pull between basic impulses and doing the “right thing,” The Party is a domestic drama that spins off the rails with hellish consequences. Consider yourself warned." - Erica Ferencik, author of The River at Night
"A tense and riveting story about one night gone horribly wrong, and the fallout within a family and a group of friends. Secrets, desires, choice and consequence, The Party reveals that what lies inside a family—and each person—is not always as it seems. I was hooked from the opening scene and could not look away until I reached the very last page." - Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of All the Missing Girls
"Fast-paced and tension-filled, The Party explodes the myth of the perfect family and is one invitation you can’t turn down." - Rebecca Drake, author of Only Ever You
Everyone is flawed in this contemporary tale of mothers and daughters. Everyone behaves badly. And the story is a pure delight. - Lucy Ferriss, author of A Sister to Honor
“With teenagers worthy of Mean Girls, and a healthy dose of suspense, The Party reads like a cross between Megan Abbott and Jodi Picoult by way of James Patterson.” - Booklist
"The intricate family dynamics that Harding teases out are complex and engaging.” - Publishers Weekly
"Domestic drama... done well." - Kirkus Reviews
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