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Feb 8, 2022

Breaking Point tops the bestsellers list for the second week running

Edel Coffey’s

Breaking Point maintains its # 1 position this week in the fiction bestsellers list on just its third week of release.
'A gripping, compulsive page-turner about what we expect from women, especially mothers. It's going to be a massive hit.' Marian Keyes

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Last week, upon learning that she had topped the chart Edel told the Irish Independent that she was “absolutely delighted” adding on twitter that “My dream was to write a book and get it published. I never dreamed that THIS would happen. Thank you for every single person who bought a copy.”

The book, published by Sphere on 20th January tells the story of high-flying Susannah, who on the hottest day of the year finds herself running on autopilot before realising she has made a devastating life changing mistake that is the nightmare of any parent.

In addition to top sales, the novel has received press attention and critical acclaim opening up a conversation on burnout and asking has breaking point become the new normal for so many women.

“This novel about modern motherhood stretched beyond capacity merits bestseller status. And a movie too”

Sunday Independent

“Hugely compelling - I devoured it in a day . . . a compulsive debut that keeps you turning its pages”

Sunday Business Post

Breaking Point has all the hallmarks of a future bestseller. Written in an economical, stripped-back style, it has the pace, setting and glamour of a Hollywood thriller… Coffey gives us an outstandingly good portrait of a woman on trial who discovers too late she is entirely the wrong person to win sympathy from others”

Jane Casey, The Irish Times

Skilfully explores what it means to be a woman trying to juggle it all - and the consequences when tragedy strikes. You won't be able to put this down”

Image Magazine

“It grips from get go”

The Gloss

“You won't be able to put this one down”

Stellar Magazine

“This is not only a gripping page-turner and gripping courtroom drama, it also has a lot to say about the expectations and judgement put on women when they become mothers. Prepare to feel devastated and enraged all at once”

Crime Monthly

“A heart-in-mouth type of novel that will have you wonder how you'd react if in similar circumstances”

Belfast Telegraph

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