Sunset: The instant Sunday Times bestseller by Jessie Cave
'Heartbreaking, funny and bittersweet. A phenomenal debut' DOLLY ALDERTON
'Let this bittersweet ode to siblings fill the Fleabag-shaped hole in your life' ELLE
'Fierce and unsparing, everything you'd expect from the brilliant Jessie Cave' EVANNA LYNCH
'Jessie Cave's reflective debut will make you laugh before breaking your heart' COSMOPOLITAN
Ruth and Hannah are sisters. Bonded by love and friendship, they are perplexingly different characters.
Hannah is radiant, organised and hard working. Ruth is forever single and totally aimless. Together they are invincible.
Every summer they go on a budget holiday together where they bicker, laugh, fight and make up.
But this time is different. Something bad happens.
And now everything is changed forever.
This bittersweet love story is about needing someone else as much as they need you. It is an ode to our most powerful bonds, how they build us and break us, and how, when all seems lost, we can find joy in the most unexpected places.
'Heart-achingly beautiful . . . A stunning debut about the raw and destructive power of grief' INDEPENDENT
'The most beautiful, furious, real book about siblinghood and grief . . . Astounding' PANDORA SYKES
'Exquisite and raw' SARA PASCOE
'It made me want to hug my sister' MEGAN BAYNES, PRESS ASSOCIATION
'Funny, heartbreaking, and with that delicious edge Jessie brings to her heart' CARIAD LLOYD
'Full of beautiful and well-observed details . . . Its true skill is in how brave and raw and honest it is' JOSIE LONG