Sara Litchfield’s poetic beauty of a novel, The Night Butterflies, is an eye-opening, haunting, engrossing dystopian novel that any fans of the genre should really consider reading.
JUSTIN BOYER, A BIBLIOPHILE'S REVERIE
It’s desolate, it’s scary, and it’s staggering… The Night Butterflies is a plunge into the human soul that the reader won’t soon forget.
SARA LETOURNEAU, HEART OF THE STORY
This is an intelligent read – Litchfield is not going after readers who want a predictable love triangle or the cliche plot; she’s going after a savvy, smart reader who thirsts to be whisked away on an intense journey.
BETH TELIHO, AUTHOR OF ORDER OF SEVEN
If you like a story that entertains, but also leaves you thinking about humanity (or its lack), society, love, family bonds, & so much more, then read this book. This is as much a delight for the mind as for the heart.
CHRISTINA ANNE HAWTHORNE, AUTHOR OF THE RENAISSANCE CYCLE
Sara Litchfield’s The Night Butterflies handles the topics of degradation and fear, and a society that has forgotten how to be human, with equal skill and maturity.
HELENA HANN-BASQUIAT, AUTHOR OF MEMOIRS OF A DILETTANTE
Litchfield has delivered a refined and uniquely written dystopian debut that twists, turns and truly delights.