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Monday, November 16, 2020

Review: Friend Me - Sheila M. Averbuch






Friend Me


Review: Friend Me - Sheila M. Averbuch - November 2020


Moving to a brand-new country can be difficult at any age, but more so when you are a teenage girl. Teenagers and especially females can be nasty and it doesn't help if you are a little different and have an accent too. Roisin has moved to Massachusetts from Ireland and finding it hard to make friends. The one person she thought could have been her friend, stood her up the first chance she got and to make matters worse, there are a handful of bullies making her life feel like hell. They moved as her mother is an inventor and works with technology. In Friend Me, Roisin's family have a smart system similar to Alexa and Siri. Their house is a technology lover dream but in Friend Me, Roisin is about to discover the dangerous side of technology as she signs up for a study to use a new social media site. On the site she meets a girl called Hayley and the pair continue to chat. Soon Hayley is Roisin's only friend and she can talk to her about everything. What will happen though when strange things start to happen to those who are bullying her and it looks like the technology might be the cause? Roisin is about to discover a world of the downsides of technology when her new friend starts to bring harm to not only those who have bullied her but her family and anyone that stands in the way of her and Roisin's connection.  If you love social media and technology but wanting to catch a glimpse of when technology goes wild, then check out Friend Me by Sheila M. Averbuch today. Perfect for ages 12- 16+.
 
 
 

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