The Insatiable Volt Sisters by Moulton, Rachel Eve
Insatiable Volt Sisters [Paperback] Moulton, Rachel Eve - Paperback

Insatiable Volt Sisters [Paperback] Moulton, Rachel Eve - Paperback

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"Weird and exhilarating and funny and sad and disturbing and scary and poignant and righteous." --Paul Tremblay, author of The Pallbearers Club

"Pure nightmare fuel." --Gus Moreno, author of This Thing Between Us

It's the summer of 1989 and Beatrice and Henrietta Volt are coming of age on remote Fowler Island, their ancestral home and wild playground. Thicker than thieves, the sisters plot their futures, having no idea that their parents are separating. Or that the plan is to separate them.

Ten years pass before Henrie gets a desperate call from her sister--their father has died suddenly and B.B. needs her to come back to the island for the funeral. But Henrie doesn't want to go back. She's barely put the island and all those rumors about missing women behind her. And isn't it odd that she remembers nothing at all about the night she left? And why is she suddenly filled with fear about the quarry pond behind the house?

Told from the perspectives of four flawed, fascinating women, The Insatiable Volt Sisters is a lush, enthralling fable about monsters real and imagined. From the unbounded imagination of Rachel Eve Moulton, the critically acclaimed author of Tinfoil Butterfly, comes another eerie, terrifying exploration of family and legacy: Will the Volt sisters inherit the horrors of their past or surpass them?

Author: Rachel Eve Moulton
Publisher: MCD X Fsg Originals
Published: 04/04/2023
Pages: 464
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.69lbs
Size: 7.53h x 5.07w x 1.24d
ISBN: 9780374538323

Review Citation(s):
Publishers Weekly 02/20/2023
Booklist 03/01/2023 pg. 35
Kirkus Reviews 03/01/2023
Library Journal 03/01/2023 pg. 134

About the Author
Rachel Eve Moulton is the author of Tinfoil Butterfly, which was short-listed for the 2019 Shirley Jackson Award and long-listed for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. Her work has appeared in Chicago Quarterly Review, Bryant Literary Review, and Southwest Review, among other publications. She lives in the mountains of New Mexico with her husband and daughters.