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November 17, 2016



Published by Twenty 7 books in paperback 20th October 2016

Herta Feely masterfully draws us into a domestic world. Mothers and daughters beware!

Isabel Murrow is precariously balancing her career and her family. Hard-working and caring, worried but supportive, all Isabel wants, in a perilous world of bullies and temptations, is to keep her daughter Phoebe safe.
Phoebe has just attempted suicide.
She says it is Isabel’s fault.
Dark, tense and scarily credible, Saving Phoebe Murrow is a gripping novel of the dangers of social media and the challenges of raising children in the twenty-first-century.
Another fabulous author from twenty 7 books. Herta Feely needs an award world-wide for Saving Phoebe Murrow. I was glued to every page. I was drawn in by all the characters. I was amazed how each character had their own story line. phoebe Murrow told her mum that she was planning to go to secondhand shops with her friends. But there’s no point lying to your mother as they will find out the truth anyway, mothers always do. A group of kids got caught smoking Marijuana, phoebes parents wanted to know if she was there. What was she supposed to do tell on her friends? Phoebe experiences cyber-bullying that leads her to try to attempt suicide and end up in hospital. But who was responsible for the cyber bullying online to phoebe that had put Phoebe in hospital on life support. Every character seems to have their own dark disturbing secrets. Now I have finished this book I can finally sleep tonight knowing who was behind the cyber bullying. I highly recommend Saving Phoebe Murrow it’s totally unputdownable. I have enjoyed every page of this novel so much that I am certainly going to read Herta Feely’s next book. 



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