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"A little frightening in today's world. A must read for mothers!"
- Joyce Chaplin, Colleton Co. Memorial Library
"The novel feels like it leapt out of the front page headlines...compelling to read."
- Shannon Fukumoto, Kapolei Public Library
"Feely's novel reminds us of the heartbreaking fragility and mystery of the teenage mind...a finely crafted plot...and compulsively readable."
- Emily Harburg, Washington Independent Review of Books
"In her debut novel, Saving Phoebe Murrow, Herta Feely masterfully draws us into a domestic world of petty hurts that morph into pain…Mothers and daughters beware!"
- Ellen Bryson, author of The Transformation of Bartholomew Fortuno
"Anyone who has ever been a ninth grader will quake with recognition at Herta Feely’s latest novel, a tale of bad mothers and fragile girls. The story sweeps the reader off her feet and onto a speeding train of a plot. I couldn’t put it down. You won’t be able to either."
- Louise Farmer Smith, author of One Hundred Years of Marriage
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