As Edie Jones lies in a bed on the fourteenth floor of a Cambridge hospital, her adult daughter Dido tells their story, starting with the day that changed everything. That was the day Dido – aged exactly six years and twenty-seven days – met the next–door neighbours and fell in love. Because the Trevelyans were exactly the kind of family Dido dreamed of. Normal.
Joanna Nadin, former broadcast journalist and special adviser to the Prime Minister, has written more than seventy books for children and young adults since leaving politics, including the bestselling Rachel Riley Diaries, the award-winning Penny Dreadful series, the Flying Fergus series (with Sir Chris Hoy), and the Carnegie Prize-nominated Joe All Alone. The Queen of Bloody Everything is her first novel for adults.