Thursday, March 8, 2018

"The Bad Daughter"

Joy Fielding is the New York Times bestselling author of Someone Is Watching, Now You See Her, Still Life, Mad River Road, See Jane Run, and other acclaimed novels.

Fielding applied the Page 69 Test to her latest novel, The Bad Daughter, and reported the following:
I think this page is quite representative of the book as a whole in that it involves a fair degree of suspense and underlines the relationship between Robin and her sister, Melanie. It also points to Melanie’s son, Landon, as a character to watch and be concerned about. Robin’s relationship with her sister is key to the book, and in this page, the reader can see the push-pull between the characters and understand Robin’s ambivalence toward Melanie and why they’ve barely spoken in years. I think - hope - that readers skimming the book and stopping on this page would be most anxious to read on and see what happens.
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My Book, The Movie: The Bad Daughter.

--Marshal Zeringue