'Utterly magnificent . . . gripping, accomplished and dark' Marian KeyesWINNER: Newcomer of the Year at the IBAs WINNER: Bookseller YA Prize WINNER: CBI Eilis Dillon Award Buzzfeed's Best Books Written by Women in 2014The bestselling novel about beauty, body image and betrayaleves are designed, not made. The School trains them to be prettyThe School trains them to be good.The School trains them to Always be Willing.All their lives, the eves have been waiting. Now, they are ready for the outside world.companion . . . concubine . . . or chastityOnly the best will be chosen.And only the Men decide.
Gripping ... like all the best dystopias, Only Ever Yours is about the world we live in now Irish Times The Handmaid's Tale meets Mean Girls' The Vagenda Utterly magnificent ... gripping, accomplished and dark Marian Keyes Deserves to be read by young and old, male and female, the world over in the same way Harry Potter and The Hunger Games were Sunday Independent A dark dream. A vivid nightmare. The world O'Neill imagines is frightening because it could come true. She writes with a scalpel Jeanette Winterson Deep, dark and frighteningly believable, this book will stay with you for a long time Marie Claire Compelling writing ... this only-too-real dystopia grips from beginning to end SFX Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale with a post-millennial twist The Journal.ie The bleakness of The Catcher in the Rye, the satire of The Stepford Wives and it made me recall Nineteen Eighty-Four ... a fresh and original talent Irish Independent Terrifying but captivating Company A sparkling debut that will really make you think Heat 'Compelling and frightening' Irish Examiner An ingenious exploration of gender roles, female identity and female competition Buzzfeed 'Terrifying and heartbreaking, O'Neill's story reads like an heir to Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and MT Anderson's Feed, and, like those two books, it's sure to be discussed for years to come' Publisher's Weekly 'A stunning debut set in a dystopian future that has everyone talking ... once read, will never be forgotten' Irish Independent Dark, gripping ... should be mandatory reading everywhere The F Word