Good Bad Girl Book Review

Good Bad Girl Book Review

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! Today I am back with another book review. Alice Feeney is easily one of my favorite thriller authors, so let's jump right in!

The book is about a mother whose daughter is stolen right out of her stroller. A mother who is in a living home, and a murder that takes place in said living home.

I always get so excited when I hear one of my favorite authors is releasing a new book. I ended up buying and reading this on my kindle because for the life of me I could not find it in any bookstore. But it saddens me to say that I really did not like this book.

Over the last year Alice Feeney quickly became one of my favorite authors to read. I've read all her books to date; however, this one fell really flat for me. I think I spent more time trying to keep all the character relationships straight than I did actually enjoying the book.

There are about 4 perspectives that we get through the story. Five if you want to include the flashbacks as its own entity. It was just really confusing to figure out who was who, who was related to who. I just could not get into it.

I think there was way too much ambiguity which made the story not fun at all. I am really disappointing by how much this book let me down because her previous book, Daisy Darker was so good. It wasn't the multiple perspectives that tripped me up, it was the vague comments the characters said about other people. They all seemed to be having the same issue. I don't know if this even makes any sense.

Either way, I would give this 2/5 stars. I would not recommend. Instead I would check out Daisy Darker or Rock Paper Scissors (which is apparently going to be a Netflix series).

Alright folks, that is all I have for this week! Come back next Wednesday for another blog post. As always, thank you for reading:)