A disturbing and necessary book for our times, because it leaves us with a question. In EVE, Una describes a society in crisis, a dystopia which grows ever more familiar as we turn the pages. The characters are people we know, their conversations are words we've heard, their fears and anxieties are our own. Una has held up a chilling mirror for us, and leaves us with a choice - what kind of world will we make for ourselves? It could go either way....
Big, imaginative and confrontational
As with all good speculative fiction, it predicts a set of circumstances that are rooted in reality so could easily happen, and often do
EVE's gripping narrative and poetic, haunting imagery of a world sliding into dystopia has stayed with me
A prescient tale of gender, the environment and a dystopian future