Love. Obsession. Jealousy. Murder.No one knows what happened to pop icon Eric Thorn. His Twitter account? Frozen. His cell phone? Cracked and bloody, buried in the snow. Agoraphobic fangirl Tessa Hart knows the truth, but she's finally left her #EricThornObsessed days behind. She has no intention of ever touching her Twitter app again. But Snapchat... That's safer, right?After months of living under the radar, Tessa emerges from hiding, forced to face the deadly consequences of her past. But in the interrogation room, answers only lead to more questions in the pulse-pounding conclusion to the Follow Me Back duology....
|Title||:||Tell Me No Lies (Follow Me Back #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||330 pages|
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Tell Me No Lies (Follow Me Back #2) Reviews
The last book ended in such a crazy way, I just couldn't wait to see what Geiger had in store for us in this book. I must say, Geiger delivered quite the twisted tale and delivered many surprises. Sorry if I'm vague here, but this was a thriller, and I refuse to divulge too many details.
• Pro: I was finally put of my misery from that darn cliffhanger in the first book.
• Pro: Things were a lot more amped up in this book. Where as I felt the romance dominated the first book, the suspense and acti ...more
I thought this was really disappointing and far more juvenile than the first novel. A lot of what happened was simply…ridiculous. The first half of the book was BORING. This is the worst sequel I’ve read in a while. Hopefully there won’t be another book. :/
perfect second book. couldn't guess the identity of the met account & was real good twist on it.
Review to come but that was unputdownable!
Holy crap, I just don’t even know what to say right now. Tell Me No Lies was such a wild ride! It’s very unputdownable and once I started, I just had to finish!
Tell Me No Lies picked up right where Follow Me Back left off which means you’re thrown right into the action! It also means that you can just read the first chapter because the next thing you know it’s several hours later and you’re done. Or at least that’s what happened to me ...more
I read most of it. I almost finished. I couldn’t bothered. I really liked the first book, but something about this one just felt off. I didn’t really like how it was going from the very beginning. Meh. Whatever. I’ll just pretend this doesn’t exist.
Update 16/01: Ooooh I like that cover.
Update 27/09:oooooh there's a title. Tell me No lies. Intriguing.
June 1st 2018 huh. Great. Just great. I need this. What kind of cruel human being makes you wait a year after an ending like that!?
01. Follow Me Back ★★★★
This was a good conclusion to the duology. It picks up a little after the last book left off with Eric Thorn's disappearance (about a month later - February). And the chapters are interspersed with interrogation transcripts from three months later (May 1, 2017) so we know a homicide has occurred, but we don't know who has died.
One note about Dorian - He plays a small role in this book, but I feel like his storyline could have wrapped up better. At one point it seems like ...more
I DNFed it. Maybe I’ll try again when it’s released? I just couldn’t get into the story
Liked it but didn't fall head over heels like I did for the first book. Still, it was nice to have answers and to get a solid conclusion to this duology. Things I did love about TELL ME NO LIES were the interspersed police interviews and the mystery and suspense that they created. They kept the story moving forward and had that same fantastic spark of storytelling that the first book created. The use of social apps, on the other hand, sort of fell flat in this one. The overall story arc, though, ...more