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Monday, May 28, 2018

Review: Antisocial - Jillian Blake


Antisocial


Review: Antisocial - Jillian Blake - May 2017


In a world where we all put everything up on social media, store every photo/text in our phones and on the cloud. It is easy to get hacked and nothing is secret, no matter how secure we think it is. That's what Alexandria Prep is about to discover as someone has managed to spy on everyone who downloaded the Alexandria Prep app. With access to everyone's private information and secrets, no student is safe as each day students with dark secrets will be revealed from steroid use to abortions to cheating scandals and hook-ups with teachers. Who is responsible for the hack? The hack will be pinned on Anna's friend Haven who has the skill and knowledge but can she get her old friends on board - the ones she abandoned to help prove that Haven is innocent? All doing this while she is afraid her messages will come out as the past year, she bagged her friends pretty badly to her now ex-boyfriend Parker. Antisocial was a fascinating and unputdownable read that shedding light on what can happen to friendships and to lives when “private” data becomes public. I thought it was quite relevant especially as I am currently watching 13 Reasons Why Season #2 which also has secrets being exposed in a high school situation. If you are on the lookout for an amazing YA mystery read that will definitely open your eyes to the world of social media, then check out Antisocial by Jillian Blake as you will not be disappointed with this read.







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