A review by artsymusings
Followers, by Megan Angelo


'The people who had been known as good—they were the ones who, frequently, could not survive their own bad.'

Followers totally started out like something straight out of a Black Mirror episode but then it turned into something so much more. It's essentially about one messed up friendship as well as a story about motherhood set in a fucked up future that I would not want happening ever. The social commentary on privacy and social media is all so well-said and like, we live like this (?) but at least we don't live like the people in the book ahdklsjd

I really don't want to say more than this about it because discovering it myself was a hell of a ride and that's the way this well-written book should be read. Also, I did not see the plot twists coming and it totally made me cry towards the end