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by Hazell, Lottie

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Published 25/01/2024 by Transworld Publishers Ltd (Doubleday) in the United Kingdom.

Hardback | 304 pages

223 x 144 x 27mm | 412g

Discover a deliciously dark and piercing story of food and secrets, a Stylist Best Debut Novel of 2024.

‘A sharp, dark, must-read story about appetite, ambition, secrecy and shame’ Daily Mail‘If I owned a bookstore, I’d hand-sell Piglet to everyone’ New York Times Book Review‘A dark, weird, satisfying tale about greed and desire’ i News-------------------Her life is so full, so why is she hungry?For Piglet – an unshakable childhood nickname – getting married is her opportunity to reinvent. Together, Kit and Piglet are the picture of domestic bliss – effortless hosts, planning a covetable wedding...

But if a life looks too good to be true, it probably is.

Thirteen days before they are due to be married, Kit reveals an awful truth, cracking the façade Piglet has created. It has the power to strip her of the life she has so carefully built, so smugly shared.

To do something about it would be to self-destruct.

But what will it cost her to do nothing?As the hours count down to their wedding, Piglet is torn between a growing appetite and the desire to follow the recipe, follow the rules. Surely, with her husband, she could be herself again. Wouldn’t it be a waste for everything to curdle now?Piglet is a searing, unforgettable and original debut which is taking readers by storm in 2024.

-------------------‘Compulsively readable... Delicious, in every sense of the word.’ Elle US‘An insightful, stomach-churning debut novel about the corrosive power of secrets’ Mail on Sunday‘A cunning critique of the expectations that society continues to heap on young women.’ Financial Times‘A debut that needs to be on your radar… A rich, vibrant, visceral book, that is brimming with acerbic wit and mouth-watering food, this is dark, witty and explores societal pressure and body image in an unforgettable way’ - Glamour‘Delicious, dark and thought-provoking’ Hello!‘Satirical and funny… Hazell has much to say about our food-obsessed snobbery and she plates up a deliciously-written narrative, generously peppered with lethal ground glass’ Irish Independent‘A food-filled debut of class and ambition’ Guardian