#review Friends Like These by Sarah Alderson
#FriendsLikeThese #5stars #NetGalley
Friends Like These
by Sarah Alderson
We have all done it, admit it, we have looked up someone we used to know and before we know it we are months into their social media feed and then accidentally we like a post or photo. EEEK! Well for Lizzie she goes that one step further and accidentally sends a bitchy message to Becca – the girl who she has been snooping on, on social media, which was inteneded for her co-worker and friend. From there it all spirals out of control.
You will be hooked on this book from the get go, and you will soon come to realises that no one can be trusted in this book! When you think you have something figured out Anderson throws you off the scent and sends you in a totally different direction. I was not expecting the book to play out like it did and I really didn’t see the whole twist until it was upon me and only then did it suddenly make sense!
About the Author:
Having spent most of her life in London, Sarah quit her job in the non profit sector in 2009 and took off on a round the world trip with her husband and princess-obsessed daughter on a mission to find a new place to call home. After several months in India, Singapore, Australia and the US, they settled in Bali where they lived for five years.
She finished her first novel, Hunting Lila (winner of the Kingston Book Award), just before they left the UK, wrote the sequel on the beach in India and had signed a two book deal with Simon & Schuster by the time they had reached Bali.
A third book, Fated, about a teenage demon slayer, was published in January 2012.
The Sound, a thriller romance set in Nantucket, was published in August 2013 and this was followed by the critically acclaimed Out of Control in May 2014.
Her first non-fiction book – CAN WE LIVE HERE? – based on her blog of the same name, was published in August 2015 by Blink.
She also writes New Adult romance for Pan Macmillan (UK) / Simon & Schuster (US) under the pen name Mila Gray.
**I would like to thank NetGalley, RMulholland Books and the for my ARC in exchange for an honest review.**