“There’s something deeply insidious about the storytelling of Caroline Kepnes. As satire of a self-absorbed society, Kepnes hits the mark, cuts deep, and twists the knife.”
"Delicious and insane as its predecessor....The plot may be twisty and scintillating, but its Kepnes' wit and style that keep you coming back."
— Lena Dunham
— Jessica Knoll, New York Times bestselling author
“With Hidden Bodies
(out today), Caroline Kepnes delivers a more riveting, more chilling, more fascinating sophomore novel as our favorite sociopath Joe Goldberg takes on Hollywood… suspenseful, charming and unexpectedly poetic…With her singular style, endearing antihero and captivating social satire, Kepnes will leave you entirely satisfied and ready for more.”
"[A] clever, canny and creepy tale that’s every bit as delectable as YOU. Caroline Kepnes is my latest obsession."
— Mary Kubica
“The next Gone Girl
is a title that’s been tossed around considerably in literary circles, but Kepnes’ sophomore effort is worthy of the comparison.”
"You will need this book. Caroline Kepnes
just became my new favorite writer."
— Colleen Hoover, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author
“A dark, fun and frightening character study that deeply (and I do mean deeply) explores the hypocrisy of the trendsetters of the moment and those who follow them.”
"With its scathing social satire and loathsome yet strangely charming leading man, Kepnes' sophomore effort is well worth the read."
"The story reads like the love child of Holden Caulfield and Patrick Bateman but without the gore and misogyny, which means nothing stands in the way of the reader enjoying Joe’s cynical, murderous charm. Though it is a sequel to You
(2014), Hidden Bodies
may be even better on its own."
“His running commentary on life in L.A. brings to mind the American Psycho
narrator’s cynical views, and Joe’s twisted attempts at relationships will appeal to fans of Dexter
“Remarkably, the author convinces the reader to empathize with her killer protagonist.”
“[Kepnes] shows us our essential vulnerability, and how easy it is to fall in love with someone not because of who they are but because they reflect back to us our most cherished ideals and secret points of pride.”
“What’s truly killer about this book is Kepnes’ verbal pyrotechnics.”
“Both a tense story of a monster and a fascinating psychological study, the book dares you to empathize with a killer while keeping you guessing as to what will happen next.”
“For a tale as dark as a winter day, tuck into Caroline Kepnes’ psychological thriller Hidden Bodies,
the sequel to Kepnes’ lauded You
“Chilling...[Kepnes' YOU] will have readers looking over their shoulders.”
"An impending sense of dread hangs over Kepnes' cleverly claustrophobic debut, in which love takes on a whole new meaning...Kepnes keeps the reader guessing."
“A deeply dark yet mesmerizing first novel of two people caught in a romantic tangle with an ever-tightening knot.”
"This beautifully crafted thriller... will give you chills."
"Both original and compelling. If you only read one new thriller this year, make it this one. It will stay with you long after you have put it down."
— Geoffrey Wansell
"You think you know the story: girl meets boy, boy turns out to be a murderous stalker. US journalist Kepnes' debut is a fantastically creepy thriller...the kind of book you put your life on hold for."
"A page turner...clever and chilling."
"A brilliant tale of obsessive love...it's GONE GIRL meets a sinister version of GIRLS."
"Is Caroline Kepnes’ 'You' the next GONE GIRL? It'll take you inside a psychopath’s head... and might even make you like him. A mad and macabre love story."
"Could be the next GONE GIRL...a perverse suspense romance about obsession, sex, and secrets."
“If you liked GONE GIRL’S portrayal of a marriage in decline, the demented love story at the heart of YOU will have you gripped….This book will give you Stockholm syndrome."
"YOU is superb. So funny, apart from anything else, and properly clever. It is: different, hot."
— Sophie Hannah, New York Times bestselling author of The Monogram Murders and The Other Woman's House
“[I] devoured every page and enthusiastically recommended others do the same…I’m going to scoop up everything Kepnes writes... Probing, visionary and intricate, [You
] makes me excited to read whatever she comes up with next.”
“Joe is a horribly funny, strangely seductive narrator to spend time with—bitingly intelligent and simultaneously misanthropic and desperate for love. . . It's hard not to end up rooting for him.”