Follow Me by Kathleen Barber
Everything about this story is infuriating, but again, I do not feel that this book was made for my age range. That being said, it was very well written, and anything that can make me feel anything so passionately has to be given credit. To feel nothing at all would mean it was awful.
My frustration is mainly with the main character. I don't think she's very bright. Definitely naive to think that she can plaster her entire life online and not have consequences. Why she puts up with any of the stuff she does, brushing off advances and people breaking into her home, shows so much immaturity that it's painful. Again, documenting your entire life on social media, just the constant need to post and what to post next, it's annoying.
However, the story was good, if not a cautionary tale, a successful whodunnit story.
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Many thanks to Netgalley for the free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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