Watson and her husband Jake have moved from sunny California
to a suburb of London and as Jake travels frequently for work,
Taylor becomes bored and lonely. Her only friends are Facebook,
Twitter, and Instagram. With a baby on the way, she decides
to make some real-life friends and joins a walking group and
a book club.
Taylor's desperation for friends and acceptance land her in
disturbing situations with people who are different than they
appear to be. As the story unfolds Taylor’s relationships
with her new friends begin to seem strange, and with short,
unnumbered chapters told from the point of view of an internet
stalker, any of them could be the creepy person who is obsessed
is quite the psychological thriller. It kept me guessing as
major twists and turns were revealed. I often felt I wanted
to put the book down for a while, but found that I couldn’t
stay away from it until I got to the truth at the end.
it is a fictional tale, it serves as a good reminder to all
of us to think twice about what we share online and how people
you meet every day may, in fact, lead a hidden life you know
who love thrillers will be delighted with this book. The author
is quite accomplished. I intend to read her previous books
and will watch for future releases as well. Annabel Kantaria
is an author to keep on your radar.
good as this book is, I recommend reading this fantastically
disturbing mystery in the light of day and with all of your
social media accounts locked up tight.