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Follow Me Paperback – 30 Sep 2015
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About the Author
Victoria Gemmell grew up in Scotland and from a young age immersed herself in books and writing, filling many a school jotter with stories. Whilst studying an undergraduate degree in Communication and Mass Media, she developed a fascination with pop culture and Andy Warhol. After working at the Glasgow Film Theatre and in media, she went on to complete a Post Graduate qualification in Careers Guidance and now works with teenagers on a daily basis. She has previously had shorter works published in The Grind journal, the WordswithJAM print anthology: An Earthless Melting Pot, as well as online journals such as The Puffin Review, The Bohemyth Literary Journal, Postcard Shorts and Word Bohemia. Follow Me is Victoria s debut novel.
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Kat's struggle to accept her twin's death, her determination to unravel the question-marks surrounding it and the way she is magnetised by Rob's irresistible allure are all so sensitively written that I was by her side all the way to the well-executed conclusion.
This is a gripping book that will appeal to young adults from mid-teen upwards, particularly as the characters are both believable and appealing. I found that Victoria Gemmell handled their dialogue well and made it both lively and credible. She is a author with an assured future.
I loved the overall 'feel' of this book. It took me back to my highschool years when I read point horrors and mysteries. That gleeful first anticipation of wanting to follow the book and characters through the World to see what happened; a complete immersive snippet of something different.
We follow Kat as she searches for answers for why, not only her Twin Abby, but several teenagers from their small town have committed suicide recently. We also get to watch her as she learns things about herself, about others and grows as a person.
It's a great 'Who done it - DID someone do it?' way for us to meet some different interesting main characters and some quirky-cool sub-characters that all add to the intrigue.
Kat meets the enigmatic Rob at The Barn (yeeeah you're just going to have to read it and find out about this cool place yourself) and is instantly entranced...but...did he used to date Abby? And did he have anything to do with her suicide?
I can honestly say I wasn't 100% sure what happened with the suicides when I was reading and still wasn't really sure until the very end, which was fantastic. The writer kept you guessing the whole way through the book.
I thoroughly enjoyed immersing myself in this World and would definitely go back to visit. I'll be interested to read what other Worlds this author thinks up next.
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