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    Kiss Me First (Picador) (Paperback) By (author) Lottie Moggach


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    DescriptionSHORTLISTED FOR THE 2013 GUARDIAN FIRST BOOK AWARD On the internet, we can be anyone we choose. No one knows who we really are. Sheltered and obsessive, Leila spends more time online than out in the real world. So she seems the ideal person to take over the virtual identity of the vivacious and fragile Tess, who wants to disappear. But even with all the facts at her fingertips, there are things that Leila can't possibly know about Tess - or herself - until it is too late . .

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    Does the internet have different rules?5

    Librarian Lavender Leila agrees to become Tess for several months, so Tess can disappear. That way Tess will be able to end her life without her family and friends knowing. Of course taking over someone else's identity even if it's only online isn't as easy as it seems. I think the book is mainly about Leila's struggle to be less lonely after her mother's death. Red Pill is her first attempt to have contact with the other people. She's vulnerable and Adrian uses that by getting her into touch with Tess. Tess is a lot of things Leila is not and has done many things Leila has never experienced.
    Leila thinks she's doing the right thing by giving Tess the freedom to end her life, but is she? She has her own reasons to agree to this project, but are they the right ones? Can it be done? The main theme of this novel, who people are on the internet, is an interesting one and it's what I liked most about the book. It isn't only about taking over or stealing someone's identity, but also about how easy it is to lie to a person who can't see you. Those actions still involve actual people though. Kiss me First is an interesting read with a great plot. by Librarian Lavender

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