Cassie is a famous Instagram mum whose apparently perfect life is falling apart. Beth is an anxious new mother who is desperate to stay offline. Can their friendship survive in the glare of social media?
'Funny, timely and absolutely pitch perfect. I loved this unfiltered look at the world of influencers' Clare Mackintosh
Can you filter your way to #happiness?
Cassie Holliday is at the top of her game. A glamorous wife and mother with 1.3 million Instagram followers, she posts images of her gorgeous husband and cute (gender-neutral) twins online every day. To her adoring fanbase, Cassie's life is a string of perfect experiences in Valencia filter.
But in real life, you can't airbrush the truth. Cassie's marriage is at breaking point, her finances are precarious, and she is terrified of every Insta-star's worst nightmare: becoming irrelevant.
Then Cassie meets Beth, an anxious new mum who never ventures online. Finally, Cassie feels like she can be herself. They soon become each other's lifeline, until a video of Beth goes viral, and their offline friendship tips into online rivalry...
In a world where everything is curated, what does it mean to have a perfect life?
Praise for Everything's Perfect:
'Thought provoking, fluid, vivid [...] and a reminder to us all that our inside lives rarely reflect what we show on the outside. I loved it' Lia Louis, author of Eight Perfect Hours
'I couldn't put it down ... Nicole Kennedy writes so brilliantly about the weird world we live in' Lucy Vine, author of Bad Choices
'A witty, no-filter glance at the reality of becoming – and remaining – a social media influencer' Louise Hare, author of This Lovely City
'A fresh, eye-opening look into the fascinating world of 'insta mums'' Katy Colins, author of The Best is Yet to Come
'A smart and thought-provoking read about friendship, parenting and the pressure to appear perfect ... Witty and relatable' Holly Miller
'If you have any interest at all in the strange world of 'influencers', this book is The One ... I felt like I'd been spied on. Thought-provoking and laugh-out-loud funny. A perfect summer read' Sarah Turner