“Relevant and chilling, Follow Me is a compelling, cautionary tale about the lust for social media attention and the dangers of Internet exposure. A must-read!”
– Wendy Walker, bestselling author of All Is Not Forgotten and The Night Before
“Follow Me is a gripping, chilling, and relevant deep dive into the dark and scary side of social media. Kathleen Barber masterfully keeps the reader guessing until the mind-blowing conclusion.”
– Robyn Harding, bestselling author of The Party
“A thriller for the Instagram age, Follow Me doesn’t let up until the final twist. It had me looking over my shoulder, closing my social media apps with a shudder, and above all, flipping pages to find out what happened next.”
– Amy Gentry, author of Good as Gone and Last Woman Standing
"Addictive, disturbing, and frighteningly real, Barber ratchets up the tension in this spine-tingling thriller about the dangers of oversharing. Follow Me is one of those rare books that is creepy and suspenseful, while still managing to be a fun, unforgettable read."
– Christina McDonald, bestselling author of The Night Olivia Fell
“Enthralling, terrifying, and all too real, Follow Me is a cautionary tale for the social media obsessed. In this twisty, propulsive thriller, Kathleen Barber is at the top of her game, plumbing the depths of female friendship and obsession, while showing us who we really are, #unfiltered.”
– Kate Moretti, bestselling author of The Vanishing Year
"A chilling take on obsession, self-obsession, and the closing gap between the two in our hyperconnected digital age."
– Jessica Strawser, bestselling author of Not That I Could Tell
“Wow! What a deliciously creepy page-turner. More than just an addictive thriller, Kathleen Barber’s chilling insights about social media and privacy will stay with you long after its last nail-biting pages.”
– Angie Kim, bestselling author of Miracle Creek
"Who hasn’t stalked—I mean, looked up—an old flame, friend, or celebrity on social media? Follow Me is a sharp look at the downfall of inventing better online versions of our own realities. Absorbing, utterly addictive, and possibly the most riveting book I’ve read this year.”
– Jennifer Hillier, author of Jar of Hearts, ITW Award Winner for Best Novel
“In this twisty thriller about every woman's worst online nightmare, Barber expertly explores complex issues of privacy, voyeurism, and consent while keeping the pages turning with heart-pounding, all-too-plausible suspense.”
– Layne Fargo, author of Temper
"A cautionary tale about the perils of social media . . . keeps you guessing."
Soul-cycling, Pilates-perfected, media-savvy readers will devour [Follow Me]. Barber’s narrative, like social media itself, is as addictive as it is disturbing.”