Author- Jay Asher and Caroline Mackler.
Publish Date- 2011.
Publisher- Simon and Schuster.
Now for the review...
What I thought:
The story was most intriguing, the fact that I am slightly against facebook and don't have an account on it and never plan to, made me even more interested in this book- it's kind of a book about the effects of changing your future and what it can do to your present, or vice versa.
The story was all I hoped it would be, in the way it was easily readable and one that you had to find out what happened, what changes the two teens made without even meaning to, and the changes they made that they wanted to.
It was a good, easy read book; but it could have had a little more to the story, a little more backing story than there was.
It was a very quick read, and memorable, but not amazingly unforgetable because I just think it could have had a little more to it.
A definite read for users of Facebook. DEFINITE! And a absolute read for non facebook users also; it gives a big insight into how our lives are run using a social media site, not using our own intuition.
Thank you to Simon and Schuster for this review copy!