Will Dean

A multi-layered and compelling exploration of Dissociative Identity Disorder. The author’s expertise of the subject is clear. Intelligent, sensitive and totally ENGROSSING.

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Adam Hamdy

Deftly written by an author whose professional expertise shines through, I was captivated by ‘The Eighth Girl’. A dark and disturbing tale set in London’s gritty underbelly, ‘The Eighth Girl’ asks big questions about identity, truth and society.

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[D]ark and disturbing, this psychological thriller, told in the voice of multiple unreliable narrators, is filled with surprises until the end, and is a fresh take on the suspense genre.

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Wendy Walker

The ‘Eighth Girl’ is an exquisite exploration of childhood trauma and its impact on the psyche. Part thriller, part character study, I devoured this novel in one sitting, reflecting on each sentence, each passage and each astute observation of humanity. A true gem!

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Harriet Tyce

Intricately plotted and sensitively written, ‘The Eighth Girl’ draws the reader into the dark heart of London’s underworld with relentless tension until the shock of the final reveal.

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Sabine Durrant

I am so impressed. I love Chung’s writing: The sheer joy she takes in the tones of the separate personalities, and the skill of her negotiation of what is actually a very complicated plot. It’s a brave and ambitious book.

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