How to Be Safe by Tom McAllister
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Anna's story was supposed to be prescient, one that we could identify with given the moment we're living in, with social media and quick accusations and then, sadly, few opportunities to remove the stigma from the victim of false identification. But... not. It's slow, it's scattered and it failed to hold this reader's interest. I didn't care about Anna or her story, much less that of her brother or friends.
ARC provided by publisher.