‘A sumptuous act of imaginative world-building … Settle in, and enjoy getting lost in this captivating book.’ OBSERVER
WINNING WAS EVERYTHING…
UNTIL IT DESTROYED THEM
Two young men, Leo and Carfax, close friends and fierce rivals.
A family ripped apart by madness and tragedy.
One woman, her life built upon a lie, with a mysterious connection to them all…
LOSE YOURSELF IN THE MOST EPIC BOOK OF THE YEAR.
‘Dizzyingly wonderful … a perfectly constructed work of fiction’ THE TIMES
'Dizzyingly wonderful... a perfectly constructed work of fiction' The Times 'Another sumptuous act of imaginative world-building... If you're looking for an absorbing, transporting work of fiction - and why would you not be? - The Betrayals is just the thing... settle in, and enjoy getting lost in this captivating book' Observer 'Ingenious... Collins's story holds everything up its sleeve for as long as possible' Guardian 'The Betrayals is a beautiful dystopian romance about coming of age as an artist and the love affair artistic collaboration can be, while also being an acute political novel about the fate of spiritual values in a totalitarian system. A rich delight' Sandra Newman 'Captivating' Daily Mirror 'An immersive, imaginative slice of storytelling' Daily Express 'It's just beautiful - written with such elegance and poise. What I love about Bridget's books is her ability to write the most magical worlds of escapism and yet anchor those worlds very much in today' Joanna Cannon 'She's done it again: this is another triumph from the incomparable imagination of Bridget Collins. The Betrayals sinks its teeth into you and won't let you go. It's a mesmerising, intimate and ambitious story about art, love and what it means to be human. If you loved The Binding, you'll adore The Betrayals' Erin Kelly 'More lavish magical escapism from the unit-shifting author of The Binding' Irish Independent 'A unique, unexpected and beautifully unsettling story... gorgeously beguiling and totally addictive' Joanna Glen, author of The Other Half of Augusta Hope 'Brilliant... a captivating, imaginative tale' Woman & Home 'A storyteller of rare imagination... This intricate symphony of a novel is both a disturbing portrait of fascism and a soaring meditation on artistic expression' Mail on Sunday
Book experts at your service
What are you looking for?