Friend Request – Laura Marshall – Review

Friend RequestFriend Request by Laura Marshall

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Louise lives in a world built on lies. Lies that plaque her daily and are pushed to unravel as the sight of a simple message, something quite innocent, a friend request.
Have you ever had a request from someone and wondered… who are they? do I know them? Well, Louise did, and she knew the girl, the problem was, the friend request was from Maria Weston, who died in 1989.
Friend request takes you on a wild ride through the past and the present, until the ultimate ending happens, one which I didn’t guess until the last few chapters.
A great book, well worth the read and recommended.
Annalee Adams.

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Annalee Adams was born in Ashby de la Zouch, England. She began The Celestial Rose series while at the University of Derby. Annalee spent much of her childhood engrossed in fictional stories. Starting with teenage point horror stories and moving on up to the works of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. However, her all-time favorite book is Lewis Carrolls, Alice in Wonderland. Which explains her mindset quite well. Annalee wrote her first published piece, a poem, as a teenager in high school. After which her short story about a werewolf on the Yorkshire moors was published in the college newspaper. Since then she continued to write for her own pleasure until her first book ‘Eternal Entity’ was released, with the final book in the series due out on October 19th, 2018. Annalee Adams lives in the UK with her supportive husband, two fantastic children, little dog, and kitten. She’s a lover of long walks on the beach, strong cups of tea and reading a good book by candlelight. Find out more at: Twitter: Facebook:

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