The Good Girl by Fiona Neill - what our bloggers thought
In the digital age, it's hard to keep anything a secret. But while it may be easy to brush off the occasional choice snap or embarrassing story, there’s a darker side to the digital world that isn’t so easily escaped.
In The Good Girl, bestselling author Fiona Neill tackles this head-on, with a compelling and controversial tale of one family's deepest secrets.
When Aisla Field uproots her family to Norfolk determined that a change of scene will help fix their problems, she is unaware of the events that are about to unfold. When her young, diligent daughter Romy is caught up in a shocking video scandal, nothing can prepare the family for the consequences.
This topical, tense novel seeks to ask that million-dollar question: can anything ever be private in the digital age - and how can we protect our children from the dangers of the online world?
We asked ten bloggers to give their thoughts on the novel - read their reviews below, and do feel free to add your own, too.