I can't believe this is a fiction debut - she writes stories like she's been doing it for fifty years
Oozing with sex on every page, Buchanan's unapologetic and multi-layered portrayal of desire sizzles in all the right places
An escapist romp (with plenty of actual romps to boot)
Buchanan is an engaging, observant writer who portrays Violet's chaotic life with verve and insight. When we finally get to go on a holiday again, this would be an ideal read for the sunlounger.
Erica Jong for the Instagram age.
A raucous unravelling of female desire and bodily pleasures, in all their maddening complexity
Gloriously rude and brave about the nature of women's desire
I'd call Insatiable Jilly Cooper for the Instagram generation, but that wouldn't do this book justice
I raced through this funny, filthy and utterly compelling debut about female sexuality, ambition and vulnerability... I'm still thinking about it long after turning the final page.
Extremely funny, touching and wonderfully refreshing on women and sexual desire
As filthy as it is funny, you won't be able to put it down
A frank, funny account of 21st-century lust.
You will be intoxicated by this witty and honest exploration of female desire
A piercing insight into the unreal demands modern women place on themselves and told with real humour and energy, we love this book so much
Few books out in the early half of the year are as flat-out entertaining as Buchanan's fizzy, filthy story of a young woman's sexual awakening.
British journalist Daisy Buchanan has somehow managed to distinguish herself from the pack, with a novel that's both smoothly observant and brilliantly, giddily filthy
Buchanan is absolutely fearless and one only hopes that there is a sequel on the way
Daisy brings characters to life like no other writer, pumping them full of humour, vulnerability and sexy sexy sex
Insatiable is a story about loneliness and trying to fit in, about our desire to be loved and included, how it's easy to confuse being wanted with being used. It'll draw people in with the shagging, but people will stay because they're rooting for Violet.
Filthy, funny, and raw, Insatiable is utterly addictive
It reminded me of Bridget Jones's Diary - if Bridget were bisexual and Daniel Cleaver were a couple who were into group sex.
Intelligent, observant prose that gives a snap-shot of life experienced by millennial women.
Come for the absolute filth and stay for the empathetic and sensitive way that Daisy Buchanan writes about all the chaos and conflict of being a young woman in a hard-edged, hard-faced world.
Insatiable is an unashamedly filthy and yet deeply sensitive exploration of female desire, aspiration and vulnerability, and Daisy is an exciting new voice in contemporary fiction.
Like going for a drink with your wisest and smuttiest friend
Filthy and fun
Funny, filthy ... Buchanan offers astute social observation, while the development of Violet as an ardent yet vulnerable heroine to root for makes her a millennial counterpart to Jilly Cooper's Bella or Octavia.