7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I have never written a review before, but felt a counter to all the 'fantastic characterisation, really relatable issues of the parent situations' needded to be written.
I would like to start out by saying for the record that I did not altogether dislike this book. The premise of the story itself was good, the scary carelessness with which someone can be allowed so intimately into ones home is an interesting concept. Indeed for the first part the focusses on Aggy and the children were warmly sinister enough to make a gripping read.
But personally I had a major issue with this novel; I found myself sympathising with the 'enemy' character of the nanny far more than with… Read more