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Our Wives Under The Sea: Julia Armfield

Brand: Picador   |   Status: Hết hàng

Frightening, otherworldly, but above all gripping. ― Sunday Times

Sharp, atmospheric, dryly funny, sad, distinctive. There is an almost spiritual endlessness to its quest. Like all good novels, it goes deep and then deeper again. ― Irish Times

As in her stories, Armfield is extremely good at anatomising the women’s relationship: the self-defensive blindnesses, the resentments and rituals and angers, grief for vanished joys – all the small moments of which lasting love consists. There are clever lines, everywhere, and wry, funny ones. ― Guardian

Essential and haunting. ― Stylist

If you're in the mood to cry, then Julia Armfield wrote the perfect book for ya . . . Armfield breaks your heart over and over. ― Cosmopolitan

‘A gothic fairy tale, sublime in its creepiness’ - Florence Welch

Our Wives Under The Sea is the huanting debut novel Julia Armfiled, the critically acclaimed author of Salt Slow. It’s a story of falling in love, loss, grief, and what life there is in the deep, deep sea.

Miri thinks she has got her wife back, when Leah finally returns after a deep sea mission that ended in catastrophe. It soon becomes clear, though, that Leah may have come back wrong. Whatever happened in that vessel, whatever it was they were supposed to be studying before they were stranded on the ocean floor, Leah has carried part of it with her, onto dry land and into their home.

To have the woman she loves back should mean a return to normal life, but Miri can feel Leah slipping from her grasp. Memories of what they had before – the jokes they shared, the films they watched, all the small things that made Leah hers – only remind Miri of what she stands to lose. Living in the same space but suddenly separate, Miri comes to realize that the life that they had might be gone.

'Part bruisingly tender love story, part nerve-clanging submarine thriller . . . heart-slicing, cinematic.' - The Times