Saving Phoebe Murrow hit the market in 2016. At the time, Herta kicked off the novel with a traditional book tour in addition to a virtual book tour. Below are some of the reviews from her virtual events.
THE BOOK WHISPERER
NOT ANOTHER DUMB BLONDE
THE VOLUPTUOUS BOOK DIVA
LONG ISLAND DREAMS
WASHINGTON INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF BOOKS
INDIE AUTHOR NEWS
THE WRITING TRAIN
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(Some of these book review bloggers may no longer be active or have changed names)
LIZA JANE CHRONICLES, SUE AND HER BOOKS, 2 FRIENDS PIMP YOUR BOOK, KARA THE REDHEAD, WANDERED SOULS, and CASSANDRA M'S PLACE.
"This is a Jodi Picoult kind of novel, full of domestic drama."
"Saving Phoebe Murrow explores the motivation that drives people to take alarming steps."
“WOW, what a mind blowing book. This is a must read for parents."
“This was a stellar read about teenage tragedies. Gripping, riveting, and deeply disturbing.” (5/5 stars)
"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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