Like, Follow, Kill
Badly scarred after the accident that killed her husband, Camilla Brown locks herself away from the world. Her only friendships are online, where everyone lives picture-perfect lives.
In private Camilla can follow anyone she likes. And Camilla likes a lot.
Especially her old school friend Valerie Hutchens. Camilla is obsessed with Valerie’s posts, her sickening joy for life, herlot.Especially ...more
What happens when you spend too much time on social media and not enough time interacting with humans? Hmm well perhaps we should take a look. Camilla Brown has not had an easy year. She is coping with a horrific car accident that claimed her husband's life and left her with some serious injuries ...more
Despite some flaws, I actually found this book quite enjoyable until the last 15% where you discover what really happened to Valerie, and then the author takes us on a plot-twist rollercoaster where things are just getting thrown at you. That's where LFK got downgraded from "pretty enjoyable" to ...more
Camilla Brown has locked herself away from the world after the death of her husband in a car crash ...more
As readers will know that I have read to date every single book by Carissa Ann Lynch. I am a big fan of her mystery novels. So when I saw on Netgalley that she had a new one out, I knew instantly that I wanted to read it and the fact that lately I have been on a mystery buzz in between my other books just to break up the feeling of reading the same trope. Another reason I was excited about this book is that it uses social media which is one of my favorite tropes in books - the use of Social Medi ...more
There was not a single bad thing to say about this book.
While at first Camilla is a c ...more
Camilla Brown has lost her husband in a car accident that has also left her badly disfigured. Holed up in her apartment, and withdrawn from the outside world, Camilla fills her days by following the online presence of an old school friend. When she wi ...more
It’s the kind of book that creeps into your head and just won’t let go and very hard to describe and don’t you just love that kind of read. So as I read the last few pages I had a big satisfied smile on my face as yep this was a r ...more
Folks, I wish I could put into words how damn crazy this is but stalking is not my thing but perhaps we could learn a thing or two about it from our main gal.
Camilla Brown is badly injured both internally and externally from an accident that left her husband dead.
Problem is her internal scars run deep and are not as visible as the outer physical scars upon her face.
What many don't realize is she's now a loner and seeking a bit of excitemen ...more
One person she especially loves following is a girl who used to go to her school. Camilla is obsessed with Valerie Hutchen`s posts,her sickening joy for life and her horribly beautiful face. B ...more
Camille is so lonely that she has become obsessed with a high school friend's (Valerie's) ongoing internet pics and sto ...more
My thanks to Netgalley and the Publishers for my copy.
What a great thrill and suspense it was to read. What a great psychological thrill! This novel had everything in it. The thrill, the suspense, the psychological, and the twist is crazy. This novel will keep you thinking and guessing. When you think you right, well let me just say that you might be wrong. This had me all over the place. My heart beating so fast! I couldn't believe what I was reading. If had me in shock. Every p ...more
Thanks @netgalley @harpercollinsuk for my arc. Out 25th October 2019
Badly scared and living in isolation Camilla Brown becomes obsessed with her old school friend Valerie’s perfect Instagram life. When Camilla becomes convinced Valerie is in danger she goes on a frantic search to find her. Which may lead to dark consequences.
This story was crazy and a little too ...more
‘I was born with a scream inside me. Lodged between my heart and throat. Can’t swallow it; can’t choke it down. Can’t spit that motherfucker out. It’s stuck, like me … anchored to the in-between, slowly rotting in the core of me.’
LIKE, FOLLOW, KILL is the first book that I’ve read by Carissa Ann Lynch, and I’m looking forward to reading more of her books. The prologue hooked me in immediately – and the ending – Loved it! How the story plays out was predictable early on, but I wasn’t expecting the tw ...more
Thank you to #NetGalley for this ARC of #LikeFollowKill, which was read and reviewed voluntarily. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The transparency of the author straight away is respectable and unreserved, which I appreciated. I think the best story puts most things right up front. If I know everything about Camilla, for the most part, and I ...more
After a horrific accident, where Camilla is severely hurt and her husband Chris died, the only things helping Camilla through the day are her pain pills and the stories she follows on Instagram. Specifically the stories her high school friend Valerie posts regularly. Then one night Valerie goes missing and reaches out to Camill ...more
Camilla Brown and her struggle with anxiety gets worse after a horrible accident that leaves her covered in scars, the loss of her husband, guilt and PTSD. Camilla’s social life is non-existent, unless you count the hours she spends on social media, liking post after post. She follows many on Instagram but one in par ...more
Camilla Brown and her struggle with anxiety gets worse after a horrible accident that leaves her covered in scars, the loss of her husband, guilt and PTSD. Camilla's social life is non-existent, unless you count the hours she spends on social media, liking post after post. She follows many on Instagram but one ...more
I do NOT have the words to describe how I'm feeling about this book. Holy. Fuck.
After the horrific car accident that killed her husband, Camilla doesn't leave her home. Her only interactions with other human beings are when her sister messages her and when she looks through --stalks-- her former high school acquaintance, Valerie, on Instagram. But one night, Valerie posts a cryptic video seemingly in danger. And Camilla is the ...more
Like, Follow, Kill is a book I thought I'd love. It's about this woman, Camilla, who was in a car accident with her husband, Chris, while drunk driving. She came out of the accident scarred, her face quite disfigured, yet still somehow, she got the better end of the stick than her husband, who died in the accident. Camilla locks herself up in her house and turns to social media for any kind of entertainm ...more
Camilla makes a grave mistake and ends up drunk driving and causing an accident that kills her husband and leaves her so badly scarred that she doesn’t want to leave her home. With both her parents dead and her only living relative, her sister coupled with an alcohol
and pain pill addiction Camilla spends all her time in her house and online. Her only contact to the outside world besides her sister, is online and ...more
Like, Follow, Kill by Carissa Ann Lynch was a crazy read and strangely I could not put it down! It's a great Psychological thriller. With brilliant twists and turns, great suspense that will have you saying OMG out aloud!
Camilla Brown was badly scarred after an accident that killed her beloved husband. Camilla now locks herself away in her house, and from the big world. Her only contact and fr ...more
The story is told via a first person narration by Camilla who we learn sits isolated in her home after a car accident ...more