Tell Me No Lies – A.V. Geiger

Good morning and happy Monday!

Thanks to Sourcebooks FIRE and to the author for the free advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.

TELL ME NO LIES – A.V. Geiger (out tomorrow!)

This is the concluding chapter in the FOLLOW ME BACK duology. I loved FOLLOW ME BACK when I read it last year and couldn’t wait to continue the series. You can see my 5 star review here.

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My Thoughts: 5/5 stars!

After flying through book one, FOLLOW ME BACK, I couldn’t wait to grab book two! TELL ME NO LIES was just as addictive as it’s predecessor. I highly recommend reading book one, otherwise you’ll be very lost while reading the final chapter in this duology.

I can’t give away too much of the plot simply because I don’t want to ruin anything from book one. What I will say is that we are back with Tessa Hart after her days of Twitter and fangirling over Eric Thorn, a hugely popular pop star. She has sworn off the app, but hey, Snapchat is safer to use, right?

I love the use of social media in these books. The obsession that it can become and the role is plays in so many lives – this is how we stay connected and how people can feel like they know celebrities. At what point is it dangerous to be so present on social media? Geiger does a great job keeping up the suspense by having short chapters, bits of Snapchat and Twitter conversations, and then the police interrogations.

If you want a binge worthy thriller series, then I highly recommend picking up the FOLLOW ME BACK duology! I read both of these in two sittings and couldn’t believe how fast they went.


What do you think of the inclusion of social media in thrillers?


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