u003cbu003eA Good Morning America Book Club Pick A u003ciu003eNew York Timesu003c/iu003e bestseller!u003c/bu003eu003cbru003e u003cbu003eu003cbru003e "Utterly addictive." --Paula Hawkins, author of u003ciu003eThe Girl on the Trainu003c/iu003eu003c/bu003eu003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003cbu003e"Hooks you from the very first page and will have you racing to get to the end."--Good Morning Americau003cbru003e u003cbru003e A tense, page-turning psychological drama about the making and breaking of a family--and a woman whose experience of motherhood is nothing at all what she hoped for--and everything she fearedu003c/bu003eu003cbru003e u003cbru003e Blythe Connor is determined that she will be the warm, comforting mother to her new baby Violet that she herself never had.u003cbru003e u003cbru003e But in the thick of motherhood's exhausting early days, Blythe becomes convinced that something is wrong with her daughter--she doesn't behave like most children do.u003cbru003e u003cbru003e Or is it all in Blythe's head? Her husband, Fox, says she's imagining things. The more Fox dismisses her fears, the more Blythe begins to question her own sanity, and the more we begin to question what Blythe is telling us about her life as well.u003cbru003e u003cbru003e Then their son Sam is born--and with him, Blythe has the blissful connection she'd always imagined with her child. Even Violet seems to love her little brother. But when life as they know it is changed in an instant, the devastating fall-out forces Blythe to face the truth.u003cbru003e u003cbru003e u003ciu003eThe Pushu003c/iu003e is a tour de force you will read in a sitting, an utterly immersive novel that will challenge everything you think you know about motherhood, about what we owe our children, and what it feels like when women are not believed.