ebook ∣ The Savages
By Matt Whyman
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They'd love to have you for dinner
Sasha Savage is in love with Jack Greenway - a handsome, charming, clever... vegetarian. Which would be acceptable if it weren't for the fact that Sasha's family are very much 'carnivorous', with strong views to boot. Behind the respectable family façade all is not as it seems. Sasha's father Titus rules his clan with an iron fist, and although her mother Angelica never has a hair out of place, her credit card bills are shocking and her culinary skills are getting more... 'adventurous' by the day. As for Sasha's demonic brother Ivan? Well, after accidentally decapitating a supermodel in their family bathroom his golden boy image is looking wobbly. To the outsider the Savages might look like the perfect family, but there is more to them than meets the eye. When the too-curious private detective Vernon English starts to dig for darker truths, this tight knit family starts to unravel - as does their sinister and predatory taste in human beings...
ABOUT THE AUTHORMatt Whyman is a best selling author and agony uncle for Bliss Magazine and BBC Radio 1's The Surgery with Aled. He has written widely for adults and teenagers, across a range of subjects, including two recent comic memoirs MY LIFE WITH MINIPIGS and WALKING WITH SAUSAGE DOGS. His previous YA books include BOY KILLS MAN, THE WILD and INSIDE THE CAGE. Matt is married with four children and lives in West Sussex, UK. Find out more about Matt at www.mattwhyman.com and on Twitter: @mattwhyman
REVIEWSGruesomely rib-tickling', Bliss
'Just occasionally I read a book so deliciously dark ... that it takes my breath away - and this is such a book.', Daily Mail
'It's a rare, delectable treat, well worth devouring. I'd happily go back for seconds.', Keith Gray, The Scotsman