We were supposed to be the good guys.
We did the right thing.
When Oscar and his friends hack into the school’s surveillance system, the plan is simple: find the footage, blackmail the bullies, and leave no fingerprints. But the sense of power it brings them is hard to let go…
How do you go from cyber vigilante to cyber villain, when those around you turn their screens against you?
Shortlisted for Best Young Adult Fiction and Best First Book, NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2017
Media for Like Nobody’s Watching
‘A clever story about the seductive power of surveillance … until it goes wrong. Thought-provoking and well written.’
– Nicky Hager
Independent Herald Article (Jun 2017)
NZ Book Council Review (Apr 2017)
Amy Laura Jackson Review (Feb 2017)
The Reader Review (Feb 2017)
Independent Herald Article (Dec 2016)
Ngaio Marsh Award Twitter Tweet (Oct 2016)
TheSpinOff Interview (Oct 2016)
What Book Next .com Review (Oct 2016)
Booksellers Article (Oct 2016)