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The Good Girl by Fiona Neill
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really liked it

one moment.one mistake. one family changed for ever ....

the field family have just moved form their london home to the norfolk coast. but why? who is telling the truth.

ailsa is the mother who is a headteacher, harry is a neuro scientist, luke their son, romy a 15 year old gifted daughter who wants to study medicine and ben, a would be super spy

the fairports move in next door a couple of super hippies with their own ways of bringing up their children and romy falls for their son, jay. h/e he has a problem too

no-one is who they seem in this deeply involved story and romy does what she thinks is a good thing to help jay but has catastrophic results

the characters are so cleverly depicted that u feel that u have met at least one of them. h/e there were some holes left at the end -

no mention was made of how things turned out for the fairport family. what was the date of the texts on the phone and who were they to/from. what happened between mark and ailsa at the staff party

also i glossed over some of the brain reaction details as they became rather repetitive and too detailed, distracting u from the story, a lot of which was in narrative

chapters r told by either ailsa or romy and some will take u a moment to realise whom it is

bev
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Reading Progress

June 12, 2016 – Started Reading
June 14, 2016 – Finished Reading
June 15, 2016 – Shelved

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