Unfollow Me: A Novel
Charlotte Duckworth’s Unfollow Me is a crazily relatable and modern story. Violet, a YouTube influencer for a mommy blog, goes missing, with all her accounts on social media platforms having been erased over the course of an evening. As an influencer, her immediate disappearance comes as quite a shock. What happened to Violet? Some of her devoted viewers begin to speculate about her husband having something to do with it, but is that true? The reader will follow the alternating accounts of four main characters to gain maximum understanding through multiple viewpoints.
Unfollow Me shows the good and bad of social media as well as how easy it is to get carried away with issues in our lives. There could be possible triggers for women reading the book; the main problem with the female characters relates to children, both trying to conceive them and trying to raise them successfully. Duckworth continuously gives the reader more information as the story progresses, and the reader will experience a slap in the face at the end with the final reveal. I would liken this book to thrillers such as The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl.
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|Page Count||288 pages|
|Publisher||Crooked Lane Books|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|