Book Review – Unfollow Me by Charlotte Duckworth @crookedlanebks #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

An easy stress-free read about a mummy-turned-vlogger/influencer who suddenly went missing online after deleting her accounts on social media. Everyone was abuzz, trolls showed up. Soon everyone was caught in the frenzy, especially the girls who followed the account religiously, Lily and Yvonne. Husband Henry was a little too chilled. Did he have a hand in this?

My first book by author Charlotte Duckworth, and quite astonished was I to see women showing their stalker-ish facets both online and off it too. There lay the charm as I too got caught up the rigmarole that the story was where everyone was interlinked.

Secrets were revealed, and a few were hidden well. The author knew how to lay a trail of crumbs for me to follow. I couldn’t even begin to guess how the story would play out as the journey all through was entertaining.

A slightly dark read about the other side of social media and followers but completely fun too.

One part of me was flabbergasted at the way the women fawned over the v-logger as it was so far out from my realm of reality. I have friends online, I stalk them, but I have no stalkerish tendencies. So far. Go figure. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I am looking at you, Sarah!!

I received a free ARC from NetGalley and the publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.

All my reviews can be read here

You Can’t Stop Watching Her.

Violet Young is a hugely popular journalist-turned-mummy-vlogger, with three young children, a successful husband and a million subscribers on YouTube who tune in daily to watch her everyday life unfold.

Until the day she’s no longer there.

But one day she disappears from the online world – her entire social media presence deleted overnight, with no explanation. Has she simply decided that baring her life to all online is no longer a good idea, or has something more sinister happened to her?

But do you really know who Violet is?

Told from the perspectives of her most avid fans, obsessed with finding out the truth, their search quickly reveals a web of lies, betrayal, and shocking consequences…

Publication Date: March 2020

13 thoughts on “Book Review – Unfollow Me by Charlotte Duckworth @crookedlanebks #BookReview #BookBlogger #suspense

      1. hahaha Thank you Yesha, It is only with Nina that I come up with great oneliners and comments. You should read the crap i write on her blog. Or maybe you shouldn’t… you still think I am a good person. Hahahaha It is a wonder Nina has not blocked me. Only her kind heart prevents it so.

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  1. This sounds like an interesting book. I’ve been known to do the occasional online β€˜stalk’ but I don’t think I’d take it as far as some of these women seem to πŸ˜‚ it has the benefit of people noticing your absence though. Great review Shalini!

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  2. This premise is timely and relevant, but not something I will ever have to worry about as I’m too small-time and insignificant to have my own stalker, I just lurk in the background πŸ˜‰

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    1. Very disturbing. But social media has taken over our lives. So most of it would be good, but some would be dangerous. Took me many years to make an account on Instagram and Twitter.

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