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The Blondes news

November 27, 2013

Though the the ARCs won’t being going out for a couple more months, it’s getting closer to the The Blondes U.S. launch date next year and we already have some new reviews in from several gracious, wonderful authors.


–Margaret Atwood, @margaretatwood

“Like the literary love child of Naomi Wolf and Stephen King, The Blondes examines our cultural attitudes about beauty through the lens of a post-9/11, high-alert nightmare. The result is a spellbinding brew, both satirical and deeply satisfying.”

—Helene Wecker, author of The Golem and the Jinni

“An energetic, startling novel. Emily Schultz is a writer with a deadly sense of humor. You laugh one moment, you’re frightened the next.  As unsettling as it is funny, The Blondes had me hooked from an early line: The neighbors have finished burning the hair… How could anybody not read on from there?”

—Peter Orner, author of Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge

“Sharp and fluid and legitimately disturbing. A thinking person’s apocalyptic nailbiter.”

—Ben Loory, author of Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day

The Blondes is intelligent, mesmerizing, and fearless. An entirely original and beautifully twisted satire with a heart of darkness.”

–Emily St. John Mandel, author of The Lola Quartet

“At once weird and grounded, fizzily comic and satirically serious, The Blondes takes you by surprise and keeps on surprising.  Emily Schultz has a point-of-view all her own, and knows how to use it.”

– Andrew Pyper, author of The Demonologist


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