“Brilliant. Ivy weaves many voices into a fine fabric of Lynchian dystopia; the surface — a nuclear, upper middle class family — hides the bruises and broken bones. The poems are (true to the Lynch ethos) in a non-linear narrative which, given the prescience, assists the reader to dive deeper in the sad minds of the victims and the mostrosity that is the father / husband.

“Each poem is standalone brilliant; collected they take you on a dark journey that will leave you wide-eyed and breathless, like hiding from a killer in a closet.” — Mark William Jackson