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The Savages are back - this time in a country where servings come supersized. Titus, Angelica and the kids go to great lengths to fit into their new lives in sunny Florida. But that's not easy when their appetite runs to feasts of human flesh. 

In this dark comic serving of everyday family life with contemporary cannibals, the Savages seek to hide in plain sight by setting up a vegan café. But when the venture turns out to be a surprise sensation, and bad apples bob to the surface, Titus is forced to question whether the family have finally bitten off more than they can chew.

Praise for American Savage

The sequel to Whyman’s brilliantly original and disturbingly funny first volume about the cannibalistic Savages... there’s something curiously endearing about this family, and Whyman builds suspense and delivers shocks with perfect timing. 
Daily Mail

Best-selling Matt Whyman’s new story about the Savage family is both as hilarious and as dark as the original. 
Julia Eccleshare, Love Reading 

The Savage family is back! Witty and well-written with an interesting new perspective on cannibalism.  
The Guardian

Awesome... a mixture of macabre family tradition, romance, cover-up family business and American lifestyle… Sounds bizarre, but Matt Whyman makes it work. I really, really highly recommend both The Savages and American Savage, whether you’re more of a contemporary fan or a fan of the macabre. Matt Whyman’s writing is really memorable and I can’t wait to read even more from him! 
Books and Writers Jnr

 Superb writing, unique characters, macabre humour, and that even though you know you shouldn’t you kind of understand the ethical belief the Savage family have ... I could quite happily read a book about the Savage family every year.  
Luna's Little Library

Why should teenagers have all the fun in reading about the Savages? Both of these novels ought to be crossover hits with adult readers too. I loved this sequel even more than the Savages’ first outing.  
Annabel's House of Books

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