Envy [NOOK Book]

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What happens when your beloved only daughter's friend turns out to be a destructive cuckoo in the nest? When girlish charm turns to seduction and teenage friendship to manipulation. How can just one teenage girl wreak havoc on a decent, loving household?





Envy is a uniquely absorbing novel focusing on two teenage girls. Isabel the ...

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Overview

What happens when your beloved only daughter's friend turns out to be a destructive cuckoo in the nest? When girlish charm turns to seduction and teenage friendship to manipulation. How can just one teenage girl wreak havoc on a decent, loving household?





Envy is a uniquely absorbing novel focusing on two teenage girls. Isabel the charmed, golden daughter of a wealthy, devoted daddy, and Diane, whose bitter, downtrodden mother lives on a rented cottage on Isabel's family's land. They become friends and Diane, our compelling narrator, driven by her loveless childhood and terrible envy, manoeuvres her way into the family, and slowly begins to break them apart.





Running through this suspensful, shocking novel, are undertones of heat, sexuality and betrayal. After her highly acclaimed account of life in a medieval castle, Envy shows Judy Corbett to be a novelist of unusual precision and style. A distinctive writer who reveals the malice in youth and the destructiveness of love.





Envy is a powerful, gripping read and darkly enjoyable twist on the coming-of-age novel.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781407080390
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/5/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • File size: 490 KB

Meet the Author

Judy Corbett trained as an antiquarian book-binder and lives in a medieval castle in the foothills of Snowdonia. She wrote about her and her husband's experiences of rescuing a crumbling mansion in the much praised Castles in the Air. Envy is her first novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2014

    Very good

    I read this because I highly enjoyed the author's first book, Castle in the Air. This one was very entertaining too, and was a great creepy story about a sociopath. I really like how well the author can describe a scene.

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