That Woman by Helen Monks Takhar
You realise that while you weren’t looking, you stopped being young.
23 year old Lily is a millennial, a “f***ng Snowflake”, a pious living, vegan moralist. Soft, entitled, squeamish. She’s got it easy. Katherine on the other hand is in her early 40s, a self-assured London homeowner, a loving partner to share her life with, childless by choice. She’s got it all her own way.
When the two of them are thrown together, their professional and personal lives colliding, generational perceptions are tested as a deeply disturbing picture emerges of two women beset by loneliness and fear, who are cruelly misunderstood.
As resentment deepens, and a secret threatens to explode, only one can live.