The Party is a terrifying, hilarious, brilliantly written original with a wit to die for
Day is an empathic observer. She is meticulous in teasing and dissecting each sensation
An acutely observed and insightful portrait of contemporary urban life. Audacious, funny and shrewdly telling – written with tremendous confidence and brio
An intense portrait of bereavement and grief...Day unpicks her characters’ inner lives with elegance and precision
A moving, terrifyingly real account of how love can be bent out of all recognisable shape
Compelling and confident....an intricately connected tale of loss and redemption, ambition and forgiveness. Thoughtful, humane and wonderfully observed.