Kiss Me First (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
256
Utgivningsdatum
2018-04-05
Utmärkelser
Short-listed for Portsmouth First Fiction Award 2014 (UK); Short-listed for Specsavers National Book Awards New Writer of the Year 2013 (UK); Short-listed for Guardian First Book Award 2013 (UK); Long
Förlag
Picador
Dimensioner
197 x 133 x 22 mm
Vikt
254 g
ISBN
9781509858422

Kiss Me First

TV Tie-In Edition

Häftad,  Engelska, 2018-04-05

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Lottie Moggach's thrilling Kiss Me First is the inspiration for the major Channel 4 and Netflix TV series from the co-author of Skins, Bryan Elsey. Shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award. Teenage identity in the digital age is explored in this innovative, unsettling and powerful coming-of-age story about a life lived online. Sheltered and obsessive, Leila spends more time online than in the real world. So she seems like 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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The first thriller to truly tackle the shifting sands of a life lived online, I couldnt put it down * Harper's Bazaar * Brilliant, one of those books you read till 3am . . . Kiss Me First works as a coming-of-age story, as a mystery, as a psychological thriller, as satire - and as a fantastic read . . . Moggach has taken the online world's pulse and called it perfectly * Grazia * A terrific success, captivating and consuming from the outset . . . a high-speed train of a book that will have you clinging to the arm rests for the whole suspenseful, creepy jaunt . . . If you want a chilling thriller that is fast-paced, contemporary, intelligent and intriguing, this book is for you . . . a brilliantly dark look at the dangerous powers of the internet . . . thought-provoking and truly thrilling * Stylist * Kiss Me First has deft, expert writing, a startlingly original plot, and two central characters cerebral, sheltered, obsessive Leila and charismatic, unstable Tess who leap off the page. This is a dark, disturbing, needle-sharp exploration of how the internet age is transforming our idea of reality and identity -- Tana French, author of <i>In the Woods</i> Riveting and thought-provoking, Kiss Me First is the intelligent novel of the social media age Ive been waiting for -- Emma Chapman, author of <i>How To Be a Good Wife</i> An outstanding first novel about a young woman who, with the internet as her ally, steers another woman towards suicide. * Observer * Witty, suspenseful, satirical and bold. A Patricia Highsmith for the Facebook age -- Polly Samson, author of <i>Perfect Lives</i> A finger-on-the-pulse take on identity as an online life replaces the real thing . . . A brilliant debut that boldly heads into some very dark places . . . * Marie Claire * This summer's most exciting new novel . . . an electrifying story about identity from a phenomenally gifted storyteller * Psychologies * A brilliantly twisty thriller that will make you wonder how well you really know your online friends * Irish Times * A gripping psychological thriller about a woman who takes on someone else's identity online * Heat * A dark psychological thriller about the threat social media poses to our sense of self... an engaging and suspenseful look at the subtle perils the web presents to the human condition * Financial Times * Smart and darkly funny . . . a high-concept plot, a terrific narrator and plenty of big questions about human identity in an online world * Readers Digest * I was gripped from the first page, moved throughout, and swallowed the book whole -- Erin Kelly, author of <i>The Poison Tree</i> Hailed as this years Gone Girl, make room in your beach bag for this * Elle * A brave, poignant and humane novel about societys taboos and the cost of breaking them. Lottie Moggach has put her finger to the pulse of our times -- Liz Jensen, author of <i>The Rapture</i> An exceptional debut . . . This really is the book that everyone will be reading * The Bookseller * I tore through Lottie Moggachs Kiss Me First. Gripping, quirky, twisty quite a ride -- Harriet Lane, author of <i>Alys Always</i> Lottie Moggachs very smart Kiss Me First is a moving coming of age story hidden within a harrowing mystery... The storys suspense will keep you reading, but its Leilas surprisingly emotional journey toward selfhood that will stick with you long after youve finished this wonderful first novel -- Scott Smith, author of <i>A Simple Plan</i> Embraces new media with a playful vehemence laid out in a clean, crisp prose style great panache, humour and engaging insight However, while social media might be the framework for this novel, it is not the heart. This is the story of a socially isolated young woman, still grieving for the loss of her mother, who finds meaning, hope and perhaps love in the lives of others

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Lottie Moggach is a writer. Her critically acclaimed debut novel Kiss Me First was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and Specsavers National Book Awards and won the Portsmouth First Fiction Award. She lives in north London.