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Very relevant and engrossing,
This review is from: Kiss Me First (Paperback)
A very interesting idea ... The story tells how socially isolated Leila comes to know the vulnerable Tess and agrees to take over her life online so that Tess can disappear. It's difficult to say too much without spoiling the story line. In an age when the internet is an important part of so many lives, it poses interesting and sometimes disturbing questions about reality when people can be whoever they want to be, hiding important truths to appear to be someone completely different. There are several twists and turns throughout the story, and it kept me gripped as I was drawn into Leila's world.
I enjoyed this book. It was probably a bit longer than it needed to be, but it's a well written, thought provoking and relevant read.