A dramatic and terrifying memoir of a `catfish' scenario - when a
woman meets a man online but nothing is what it seems. 25-year-old
Megan Henley put her five-year-old daughter to bed one evening and
switched on her laptop. A Facebook `friend request' seemed to be
genuine. There were a few common friends and very similar
interests, so Megan accepted. With that one simple act, she changed
her life forever. In her words: `looking back on it, it was as if I
had opened my front door to a stranger, as if I had thrown away
every precaution I'd ever put in place, as if I had freely given
access to my whole world - all because of some naive belief that it
was `just' a friend request on a social media site.' Megan is
tricked into a relationship, paranoia and ultimately betrayal by
the man she loved and trusted but nothing is as it seems.
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Tue, 24 May 2016 | Review by: Sue @ Crushingcinders
Who Are You? is a courageous memoir of a horrific hoax and I hope that many are able to avoid a similar fate by the warning. Having said that, this was a very difficult book to like. Several times while reading I wished Ms. Henley had employed a ghost writer. It was only after I had finished the book that I discovered on Goodreads that she did so in my opinion, there is no excuse for the amateurish, clumsy writing.
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