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Order at: Mercyful Fate "The Uninvited Guest" from 1994's "Into The Unknown".iTunes: At first glance, it may seem that a comfortably familiar collection of tropes populate Sadie Jones' new novel, The Uninvited Guests. There is an Edwardian manor, a family in money trouble, a marriageable oldest daughter, along with a rebellious, younger tomboy. There is a dark and stormy night — a real one, in which a terrible accident will occur and, you guessed it, secrets will be revealed. All these elements are catnip for anyone who has ever spent time with Downton Abbey. But I promise you that what's most pleasurable in The Uninvited Guests isn't its well-trod plot elements — it's the book's very strange turn. Imagine an episode of The Twilight Zone set at Downton, complete with mystery, horror and a bracing bit of class commentary. Jones' writing gives potent life to the characters' choices — she's a wonder at getting inside heads — and though the ending is tidy, the path to it is shocking and delicious.

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“’Downton Abbey’ takes a turn for the supernatural in Sadie Jones’s stylishly eccentric comedy of manners THE UNINVITED GUESTS...Anglophiles who admire a biting sense of humor and a tinge of the Gothic, pull up a chair.” — Christian Science Monitor

Egos are the uninvited guests of parenthood.


The Uninvited Guests is the bewitching new novel from the critically acclaimed Sadie Jones. The prizewinning author triumphs in this frightening yet delicious drama of dark surprises—where social codes are uprooted and desire daringly trumps propriety—and all is alight with Edwardian wit and opulence.A dark and stormy night turns sinister when a nearby train wreck lands dozens of stranded travelers on the Torrington family and their decayed English manor on the occasion of twenty-year-old Emerald’s birthday dinner. By the end of the evening, class distinctions are muddled, an after-dinner game turns nasty, family skeletons are revealed and youngest daughter Smudge’s Great Undertaking comes to fruition. An odd and surprising romp set in a Downton Abbey-esque milieu, The Uninvited Guests takes many surprising twists to its unexpected end. However it isn't until Charlie Traversham-Beechers' late arrival from the train station that the party really starts to get crazy. Charlie is a sort of stand in for the devil/snake oil salesman, and epitomizes the pure essence of antagonist. Overall, his performance is expected, as is his sway of the guests, both invited and uninvited.Normally, when you have a new baby, the family, friends, and neighbors celebrate. But my birth wasn’t something to celebrate. I brought a lot of pain and embarrassment to my family. That’s why when I was younger I was always called “the uninvited guest of this universe.”