LibraryThing Review Madison goes away on vacation for two weeks and while she is gone her Friendster profile is hacked and all of her and everyone else's secrets are spilled, making her one of the most hated people in
LibraryThing Review I have to admit that I really, really hated this book at the beginning. I couldn't stand the main character and her constant whining and I was seriously bothered by the fact that everyone in this
LibraryThing Review This book was fun yet I think it was a little long and bore me in the middle the ending was good yet not as I had expected it and in a negative way. I did not read the rest of the series because the book lacked suspense.
Awesome!!! I loved this book. It is one of the best books I have ever read. Everyone out there should read it. It teaches you a lesson about social websites and choosing wisely the people you trust, while being really fun. I couldn't put it down.
True Teen Drama I love this book. It proves that no matter how safe you think you're profile is or how great your password is, there may still be someone who can hack it. This book is about friendship, love, and deceit. I reccomend this book to people from the ages 14-18.
LibraryThing Review Top 8 By Katie Finn 5 out of 5 stars Madison was a normal teenager. She had a great boyfriend of 17 days and counting, a trustworthy best friend, and 349 friends on her Friendverse profile. After a