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  • Wicked & Sharp

    Worst Idea Ever is Jane Fallon's latest novel and centres on the friendship between Georgia Shepherd and Lydia Somers. Lydia starts up an online business as an illustrator that then begins to struggle financially, and Georgia is desperate to help however she can. Knowing that Lydia wouldn't accept handouts or charity even from a long-term best friend, Georgia masquerades as a stranger behind a newly created, Twitter account, calling herself Patricia and offers her friend the support she wishes Lydia would have accepted from her as her BFF. Patricia and Lydia become close, and Lydia confides in Patricia, telling her secrets that Georgia doesn't even know as her bestie of 20 years+ and this makes her resentful. Georgia realises Lydia keeps many things from her and concludes that she may not know Lydia at all. This sours their friendship and platonic love turns into revenge and an unhealthy obsession. A compulsive and enthralling tale, Jane Fallon's tale is wickedly twisty and believable. From beginning to end it was an exceptional read. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Penguin Books (UK) via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Too repetitive.

    I have read all Jane Fallon's books and enjoyed them very much except this one. I found it long drawn out a weak storyline, very repetitive and was skimming most pages just to get through it. So dissappointed.

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  • Five stars!

    Loved it, great story that isn't too heavy, great quick weekend read

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  • It was OK

    Wasn't what I expected..... I thought it would more laughable etc...... but OK

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  • Atrocious drivel

    How do some people get published? Gave up after two chapters due to the simpleton quality of writing.

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