[Reading] ➲ The Poison Garden ➺ Alex Marwood – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Poison Garden Shocking, Tense And Sharply Written, The Poison Garden Is The Gripping New Novel From The International Bestseller And Edgar Award Winning Alex Marwood.Where Romy Grew Up, If Someone Died You Never Spoke Of Them Again.Now 22, She Has Recently Escaped The Toxic Confines Of The Cult She Was Raised In But Romy Is Young, Pregnant And Completely Alone And If She Is To Keep Herself Safe In This New World, She Has Some Important Lessons To Learn.Like How There Are Some People You Can Trust, And Some You Must Fear And About Who Her Family Really Is, And Why Her Mother Ran Away From Them All Those Years Ago.And That You Can T Walk Away From A Dark Past Without Expecting It To Catch Up With You


About the Author: Alex Marwood

Alex Marwood is a former journalist who worked extensively across the British press Her first novel, The Wicked Girls, achieved widespread acclaim and international bestsellerdom It was shortlisted for ITW, Anthony and Macavity awards, was included in Stephen King s Ten Best Books of the Year list, and won the prestigious Edgar Award The Killer Next Door, her second novel, won the coveted Macav



10 thoughts on “The Poison Garden

  1. says:

    Alex Marwood takes the reader into the toxic, tragic and unwaveringly bleak territory of the dangerous world of cults and communes as she immerses the reader into the horrors of their ways of living A multilayered narrative provides us with insights and observations of life before, during


  2. says:

    This is a novel I ve been waiting for and it was worth every second of that wait nobody engages me with thought provoking characters and stories like Alex Marwood and The Poison Garden is tense, beautiful and utterly gripping.The thing about this book is it is full of layers, Romy is unforgettabl


  3. says:

    I have previously read The Darkest Secret by Alex Marwood and enjoyed it a lot but for some reason I just couldn t connect with this book I love the writing style but this particular book didn t do it for me.In this story Romy escapes the cult she was raised in and the only world she has ever known But w


  4. says:

    I am a HUGE fan of Alex Marwood s previous books and was thrilled to learn she has a new book being published this month and delighted to get an early copy via Netgalley of THE POISON GARDEN.THE POISON GARDEN is a real departure from the authors previous books focusing on the characters and digging deeply into


  5. says:

    I have previously read The Darkest Secret by Alex Marwood and enjoyed it a lot but for some reason I just couldn t connect with this book I love the writing style but this particular book didn t do it for me.In this story Romy escapes the cult she was raised in and the only world she has ever known But when she enters n


  6. says:

    I love Alex Marwood s books, I ve been a fan since reading The Wicked Girls and with each book she offers an insight into some kind of dark and twisted world.Within The Poison Garden we are forced to confront the controversial issue of cults, communes, and how they treat each other and how they view the outside world.Differing


  7. says:

    Cult fiction is salaciously interesting there s so much curiosity into this evergreen fascination.The Poison Garden offers different points of view in cascading timelines we see within their communal life, as well as when they re forced to live amongst the de...


  8. says:

    I ve really enjoyed Alex Marwood s previous novels like The Darkest Secret so was really excited to read this especially learning that it s about cults, a topic that intrigues me The book opens with a scene in Wales where two officers have been called down by a farmer because of a strange, putrid smell coming from his neighbours a private and


  9. says:

    As soon as I read the overview of this book and it mentions a cult that was me hooked I have always had a big fascination for reading about cults and this book was brilliant, told in two timelines and from different points of view it draws you in with its descriptions of life in the cult and to life after and the horrific consequences of being brainwa


  10. says:

    The Poison Garden was amazing, unputdownable, disturbing, and heart wrenching I think I experienced every range of emotion throughout the book I could not fathom how Romy, Ilo, and Eden physically and mentally survived the day their lives changed forever As they recovered from the fall of the Ark, the reader journey s through how the Ark came to be Next of ki


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