Sasha Savage is in love with Jack – a handsome, charming … vegetarian. Which wouldn’t be a problem if it weren’t for the fact that Sasha’s family are very much ‘carnivorous’. Behind the family facade all is not as it seems. Sasha’s father rules his clan with an iron fist and her mother’s culinary skills are getting more adventurous by the day. When a too-curious private detective starts to dig for truths, the tight-knit family starts to unravel – as does their sinister taste in human beings . . .
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Matt Whyman is a bestselling author, also known for his work as an advice columnist for numerous teenage magazines.
He has written two novels for adults, Man or Mouse and Columbia Road, as well as both fiction and non-fiction for teenagers, including Superhuman, XY, Boy Kills Man, XY:100, The Wild, the So Below trilogy, Inside the Cage,Goldstrike and The Savages.
His most recent books, Oink! My Life With Minipigs (also known as Pig in the Middle), and Walking with Sausage Dogs, are both comic memoirs about family life with problem pets, published by Hodder and Stoughton.
Matt has worked as ghost-writer for the recent autobiography of a celebrity dancing dog, and under the pen name of Carnegie-nominated mystery writer, Lazlo Strangolov, author of Feather and Bone and Tooth and Claw.
A graduate from the University of East Anglia’s MA in Creative Writing, Matt is often invited to teach the subject for writers of all ages. Recently, he has hosted workshops across Russia and the Middle East.
In 1995, Matt became the first agony uncle for 19 magazine, and has subsequently written regular advice columns for B, Fox Kids, AOL UK and Bliss. He often appears on television and radio in this role. Over the years he has co-presented a series of ITV’s cult Saturday morning show, Love Bites, and a live weekly phone-in on LBC. He is currently resident agony uncle on BBC Radio 1′s The Surgery
Matt is married with four children, and lives in West Sussex, UK.
7 Favorite Books Read This Year
The Arrival by Shaun Tan – No words can describe this moving book about how it feels to live far from home. No words feature in it, either. Check it out.
- We Were Liars by E Lockhart – Despite knowing this book springs a surprise, I so didn’t see it coming.
- Say Her Name by James Dawson – Read this teen horror novel and never again will the shower be a relaxing, enjoyable experience.
- The Surgeon by Tess Gerritsen – A compelling page-turner – gruesome in places but word-perfect.
- The Sagas of Icelanders – A vast collection of myths, yarns and legends that I’m reading for research purposes, but enjoying hugely.
- Homicide by David Simon – I love a police procedural, and this is a classic.
- Midwinterblood – Marcus Sedgwick is a great writer for teens, and this is one of his most inventive.
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