I wanted to read a lightweight paper book so this seemed to fit the bill … weaves together the possibilities in quite an unexpected way (although maybe felt a little convoluted), and the setting is clearly somewhere the author is familiar with.
I saw the film – maybe last year – so remembered vague bits of this – May have helped add to the tension in some ways! This is quite a
clever/complex ‘murder mystery’ with a quite weird and difficult ending … but v readable – I wanted to know what was happening next.
Although with 2015 already starting to look a bit old, there’s a whole load of interesting theory succinctly summarised in this book, some of it long-term re self-presentation, as well as raising a whole number of new debates about what is specific about online (although some aspects of the environment have already moved on).