Kiss Me First

A Novel

Moggach, Lottie

Book - 2013
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Kiss Me First
Leila, a sheltered young misfit, discovers an online chat forum where she feels accepted and falls under the spell of the website's charismatic founder, who entices her into assuming the stolen identity of a glamorous but desperate woman.

Publisher: New York :, Doubleday,, [2013]
Edition: First United States Edition.
ISBN: 0385537476
Characteristics: 308 pages ;,24 cm


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Jun 23, 2014
  • anitafournier rated this: 1.5 stars out of 5.

hmmm, I got over halfway thru and was totally bored, it was kinda interesting but seemed to be going nowhere fast, each page was like the last, long rambling dialogues, just didn't hold my interest. I would have held onto it had I not had a long list of other to reads. As usual, I skipped ahead to see if anything was there, read the end and passed.

Jun 23, 2014
  • dollfacecrafter rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

really good, and really realistic I DISAGREE with the poster that said the ending was not satisfactory, I thought it was perfect, gave you hope that Leila was going to have a better life.............

Nov 19, 2013
  • sportsmom99 rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

I couldn't get past the first 65 pages. Was expecting more I guess. Perhaps I will try again another time, but it just didn't catch my attention.

Sep 26, 2013
  • claireswazey rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Rather shocking little novel. I mean that in a good way. I always try to like and sympathize with protagonists- sometimes too much so. In this case, it slowly (another person would have, perhaps, figured it out more quickly than I had) dawned on me that the protagonist was a very damaged person and one with a rather tenous connection to the human race. Good book but doesn't leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling. But then again, it's not meant to do so.

Jun 24, 2013

This is an amazing debut novel with a very up-to-date and frighteningly realistic plot that raises questions about real vs. virtual identity and how they they can be used to prey on vulnerable people.(Based on Advanced Reading Copy (ARC) of from publisher.)


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