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Kiss Me First review Ï 3 A chilling and intense first novel the story of a solitary young woman drawn into an online world run by a charismatic web guru who entices her into impersonating a glamorous but desperate woman When Leila discovers the Web site Red Pill she feels she has finally found people who understand her A sheltered young woman raised by her mother Leila has often strug TOO HOT TO WRITE PROPER REVIEWS But I have to write something down about this book because I loved it and if I wait much longer I m going to forget everything I enjoyed about itLeila is a young woman in her early twenties who has led something of a sheltered life devoted to caring for her beloved mother who suffers from multiple sclerosis Shortly after the two of them buy a rather disgusting and run down flat as an investment for Leila s future her mother passes away and Leila retreats into an isolated and self contained existence with most of her time spent online At first she works from home testing software and plays games but a remark from an internet acuaintance leads her to join an elite forum called Red Pill Drawn into the philosophical debates constantly carried out by its members Leila begins abandoning her other responsibilities and devoting all her time to posting there particularly when she is singled out by the site s charismatic leader Adrian for special praise It s shortly after this that Adrian asks Leila to help him with a secret project one that will reuire her to imitate a complete stranger Tess online Tess is everything both good and bad that Leila is not outspoken sexy popular scatty unreliable and fickle with countless friends and life experience than Leila has ever dreamed of But there are sinister reasons behind the scheme and that explains why the story opens with Leila searching for evidence of Tess in a Spanish commune trying to determine whether she is still aliveI d heard uite a bit of buzz about this book but I wasn t that bothered about reading it until I happened across an interview with the author In the interview Moggach stated that her main inspiration was Notes on a Scandal by Zo Heller one of my favourite books and that it was Heller s novel that made her realise her main character didn t have to be likeable This made my ears prick up not just because I generally enjoy books with supposedly unlikeable female protagonists but because my response to Heller s creation Barbara Covett was different to that of many readers while I m not saying I actually liked Barbara exactly I related to numerous aspects of the character and I wondered immediately whether I would feel the same about Moggach s antiheroine Mainstream media reviews of the book have mostly been negative about Leila I read one in a broadsheet newspaper that described her as a weirdo and another dismissed the whole story as boring because the character herself is so dull I suspect though I might be wrong that online reviews from readers will probably be kinder As much as I didn t really relate to Leila and her narrative didn t provide a great deal of deep insights I still felt the book was drawing the reader towards the uestion of whether they re of a Leila or a TessInterestingly none of the things that have been touted as the main strengths of this book are the things I liked or found most appealing about it The plot does I suppose make some interesting points about how someone can conceal their identity online and how technology has changed the ways people interact and relate to one another But if you are a person of the internet and are au fait with various forms of social media and online representationspersonalities lives this isn t going to be anything you haven t thought about and discussed a hundred times before in detail Meanwhile the light touch of Moggach s narrative the thing that makes it so compulsively readable but might also lead some readers to dismiss it as trashy is actually one of the cleverest things about it Thrillers that aspire to be books of ideas often fall down at the ideas part since the concepts they discuss are usually limited and juvenile In Kiss Me First however the lack of real philosophical discussion actually works to the book s advantage as it serves to highlight how easy it would be for someone like Adrian to flatter his targets egos and make them believe they alone were the insightful deep thinking contributors he was searching for Overall I was mainly interested in this novel as a character study in that sense it could indeed be compared to Notes on a Scandal and a number of other books I ve loved with unreliable unscrupulous morally dubious and often delusional female narrators Jenn Ashworth s A Kind of Intimacy a particularly apt comparison since Ashworth s Annie has the same naivety and inability to properly understand relationships as Leila Anna Raverat s Signs of Life Jane Harris s Gillespie and I Susanna Jones s whole oeuvre These books do not necessarily have much in common in the way of plot or setting but their blithe yet cunning voices and their vivid creation of complex protagonists who twist and turn as they tell a story that may or may not be wholly true lend them a similar appealI should also say that my five star rating isn t a this is a literary masterpiece five stars it s like a I just really really enjoyed this five stars I didn t think it was a truly brilliant book but I would still recommend it because it was so enjoyable and fascinating as well as being a perfect fit for the type of thing I typically love For the record a couple of uibbles I had with the plot view spoilerthe biggest issue was that I honestly couldn t see Tess ever going through with this method of suicide she was far too overdramatic and unpredictable and was surely much likely to do something publicly as a cry for help or spontaneously decide to do it during one of her depressed periods or at least leave lengthy notes and explanations for her friends and family Another problem though one I was less certain of was that of Leila s naivety she had led a sheltered and uneventful life but she d hardly been locked away from the world and surely she would have picked up basic nuances of collouial speech something she seemed to have so much trouble interpreting in Tess s emails just from TV and the internet and from going to school and working in a cafe The amount of things she didn t understand didn t uite ring true but not to such an extent that it stopped me from believing in the story hide spoiler Cabin 28 run by a charismatic web guru who entices her into impersonating a glamorous but desperate woman When Leila discovers the Web site Red Pill she feels she has finally found people who understand her A sheltered young woman Life Reset: EvP (Environment vs. Player): New Era Online Series, Book 2 raised by her mother Leila has often strug TOO HOT TO WRITE PROPER REVIEWS But I have to write something down about this book because I loved it and if I wait much longer 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Kiss Me First review Ï 3 Iful urbane witty and damaged As they e mail chat and Skype Leila becomes enveloped in the world of Tess learning every single thing she can about this other woman because soon Leila will have to become her An ingeniously plotted novel of stolen identity Kiss Me First is brilliantly frightening about the lies we tell to ourselves to others for good and for ill Every so often a book comes along that hooks you from the very first page This one was an extremely accomplished first novel that I read in one enjoyable sitting mesmerised by the turns and twists in the story and absolute fascination with the character of Leila Unputdownable is an overused expression but this book really isLeila is the narrator telling the story after it happened She is a solitary individual having worked from home in IT testing while looking after her dying mother Left alone she begins to live her life on line first through Warcraft and then by discovering the Red Pill website where she engages in philosophical debate and becomes a trusted member When approached by the site s founder the charismatic Adrian she agrees to assume the on line presence of Tess a manic depressive who wants to commit suicide without hurting her family or friends We watch with fascination as she learns every detail about Tess life leading up to the day Tess disappears and the game really starts This is a fascinating and absorbing story that made me feel really uncomfortable on a number of occasions there s a real feeling of this could really happen about the whole story with the way in which we all live our lives on line these days And it s perfectly written Leila has an unworldly naivety and innocence which makes her endearing with her awkward attempts at social interaction and the precision with which she takes on her taskI must mention the wonderful Facebook trailer produced to accompany the book you need to be logged on to Facebook to access it and it uses your personal details to produce a very unsettling experience Nothing will be posted on your Facebook profile and your details won t be shared I m dying to see what Lottie Moggach comes up with next Tall man riding. read in one enjoyable sitting mesmerised by the turns and twists in the story and absolute fascination with the character of Leila Unputdownable is an overused expression but this book The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory really isLeila is the narrator telling the story after it happened She is a solitary individual having worked from home in IT testing while looking after her dying mother Left alone she begins to live her life on line first through Warcraft and then by discovering the Red Pill website where she engages in philosophical debate and becomes a trusted member When approached by the site s founder the charismatic Adrian she agrees to assume the on line presence of Tess a manic depressive who wants to commit suicide without hurting her family or friends We watch with fascination as she learns every detail about Tess life leading up to the day Tess disappears and the game The Big Golden Book of Poetry really starts This is a fascinating and absorbing story that made me feel NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW really uncomfortable on a number of occasions there s a Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, real feeling of this could The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) really happen about the whole story with the way in which we all live our lives on line these days And it s perfectly written Leila has an unworldly naivety and innocence which makes her endearing with her awkward attempts at social interaction and the precision with which she takes on her taskI must mention the wonderful Facebook trailer produced to accompany the book you need to be logged on to Facebook to access it and it uses your personal details to produce a very unsettling experience Nothing will be posted on your Facebook profile and your details won t be shared I m dying to see what Lottie Moggach comes up with next

  • Hardcover
  • 308
  • Kiss Me First
  • Lottie Moggach
  • English
  • 25 December 2017
  • 9780385537476