A gripping story about race, money and motherhood that asks: what would you sacrifice for a new life?'A firecracker of a novel'Madeline Miller'Intelligent, thought-provoking, slyly satirical' Sunday Times'About everything a book should be about: race and class, power and inequality - and it's dark and funny' Joanna Cannon'An unsettling, unputdownable read' Elle'Ramos has crafted a real page-turner' The TimesAmbitious businesswoman Mae Yu runs Golden Oaks - a luxury retreat transforming the fertility industry.
There, women get the very best of everything: organic meals, fitness trainers, daily massages and big money.
Provided they dedicate themselves to producing the perfect baby.
For someone else. Jane is a young immigrant in search of a better future.
Stuck living in a cramped dorm with her baby daughter and her shrewd aunt Ate, she sees an unmissable chance to change her life.
But at what cost?Chosen as a book of the summer by the Guardian, Telegraph, Evening Standard and Cosmopolitan