Anna Quinn’s highly anticipated debut novel is stirring up quite a bit of buzz.

“I loved this book so much… I entered Quinn’s book and lost myself and exited her book changed. She is hanging with the big dogs with this work… like Jodi Picoult and Ann Patchett. For me this book is about destruction and creation. It revolves around the early destruction of a child and her recreation (survival) as an adult, the destruction of an adult once her past explodes into her present tense and her recreation—tenuous but real—into the next chapter of her life… Readers will love it.”
— Lidia Yuknavitch, bestselling author of The Book of Joan

“What I had not expected was the surprise of being so completely in character with someone experiencing the kind of disassociation Quinn portrays. I don’t think I have ever read such a strong rendition from the inside of such a dilemma, and more complexly, she made me care about Nora and identify with her. That’s a very wonderful and difficult accomplishment.”
— Dorothy Allison, bestselling author of Bastard Out of Carolina

We’re so pleased to finally share the cover with you.


Isn’t it just perfect?

The Night Child is the breathtaking story of a woman, a child, and the weight of a terrible secret. It is a story about split consciousness, the split between past and present, and the extraordinary capacity within each of us to save ourselves.

Out in hardcover January 30, 2018. Pre-order on Amazon or wherever books are sold.