Foe

Iain Reid (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$25.99
Publisher
Gallery/Scout Press
Publish Date
September 04, 2018
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.7 X 1.3 X 8.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781501127427

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About the Author

Iain Reid is the author of two critically acclaimed, award-winning books of nonfiction. His internationally bestselling debut novel, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, has been published in more than twenty countries. Oscar-winner Charlie Kaufman is writing and directing a film based on the novel, which Reid will co-produce. His second novel, Foe, was an instant bestseller and feature film rights have been acquired by Anonymous Content, with Reid set to executive produce. Follow him on Twitter @Reid_Iain.

Reviews

"I couldn't put it down. It infected my dreams. A creepy and brilliant book." -Zoe Whittall, Giller shortlisted author of The Best Kind of People
"From the opening page, you'll have an uneasy feeling as you settle in to Iain's Reid's brilliant new novel, Foe.... A masterful and breathtakingly unique read. I can't stop thinking about it." -Amy Stuart, author of the #1 bestseller Still Mine and Still Water
"Spare, consuming, unforgettable. Foe is a dark arrow from a truly original mind. Page by eerie page, Iain Reid pulls the known world out from under you, and leaves you trapped inside a marriage's most haunting question: can I be replaced? This is a book that seeps into your bloodstream--and crowns Iain Reid the king of deadpan, philosophical horror." -Claudia Dey, author of Heartbreaker
"I'm not sure that humans have hackles, but something was creeping up my spine as I read this book, and I welcomed the shivers of shock and delight.... A mind-bending and genre-defying work of genius." -Liz Nugent, author of Unraveling Oliver and Lying in Wait
"Reid builds to a deeply unsettling climax. As much a surgical dissection of what makes a marriage as an expertly paced, sparsely detailed psychological thriller, this is one to read with the lights on." -Kirkus Reviews
"Reid proves once again that he is a master of atmosphere and suspense. Readers won't be able to put this one down." -Publishers Weekly
"Foe is a tale of implacably mounting peril that feels all the more terrifying for being told in such a quiet, elegantly stripped-down voice. Iain Reid knows how to do 'ominous' as well as anyone I've ever read." -Scott Smith, author of The Ruins and A Simple Plan
"Reid is at it again, exploiting readers with plot twists, narrative unease, and explosive conclusions in his second novel... [he] has the rare ability to make readers both uncomfortable and engaged, and this drama will surely send them back to the beginning pages to track the clues he left to the surprise ending." -Booklist (starred review)
"Such an ambitious work risks being muddied. Reid, however, brilliantly executes his vision... With Foe, Reid has written a page-turning novel that will entertain you and have you questioning the very foundation of your existence at the exact same time." -BookPage
"Reid is remarkable for delivering hypnotic, twisty plots and taut prose in a short novel." -New York Journal of Books
"An ingenious work of psychological horror, Foe will disturb and shock you with its eerie blend of existential dread and atmospheric thriller." -Book Riot
"Reid is a master storyteller with a knack for absorbing prose. Most of the action takes place in the microcosm of the couple's house, but Reid writes about the relationship so well that it becomes a universe full of questions and possibilities." -Los Angeles Review of Books