The Friend Request

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Do you really know all the people listed as 'friends' on your Facebook page?
What if somebody from your past assumed the identity of someone from your present, so they could get close to you?
What if they wanted to get close to you, just to hurt you - again.
Have you accepted a 'friend request' when you should have clicked ignore?

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The Friend Request Trailer
Listen to Podcasts of The Friend Request by Alex Ford on Youtube and coming soon iTunes

The Friend Request - Episode One
This is episode one of The Friend Request podcast recordings. The Friend Request is Alex Ford's dark Facebook comedy, available for iPad, Nook, Kindle and PC. Do you really know all the people listed as friends on your Facebook page? Have you accepted a friend request when you should have clicked ignore?

The Friend Request: Episode Two
This is episode two of The Friend Request. Time to meet Mr Ashwar!

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Review by: Dan Harrison on Oct. 10, 2010 :
Everything seems to be about Facebook these days! - I found this great read while looking for info on The Social network. The Friend Request gives the other perspective - that of the Facebook user. It's made me think, more than twice, about the people I've got listed as friends - like the main character David Andrews I've accepted a few requests without really knowing who they are.
The author has a dark sense of humour that's for sure and whether intentionally or not there's a strong message there! Definitely one for the 'Facebook Whores'!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Danny Baker on Sep. 30, 2010 :
This book will make you laugh, feel smug, tickle your superiority complex and then have you feeling bashful all in the space of ten pages. Anyone who has ever been on a social networking site needs to read this if only to see, and laugh at, themselves. Alex Ford has managed to capture the beguiling way that sites like Facebook play on our narcissistic nature and the dangers that may very well lurk in such vanity. This fun, yet scarily plausible read will make you think (if only for a minute) about the consequences that a few seconds vanity might hold.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Trudy Parker on Sep. 30, 2010 :
A brilliant read. It's thought-provoking, funny, entertaining and topical. I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Richard Turner on June 11, 2010 :
Forgot to add the stars!
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Review by: Richard Turner on June 11, 2010 : (no rating)
This book is certainly of its time with a very topical theme. An easy read, it flowed well, with some very funny parts. Some great characters. I definitely recommend it. Enjoyable!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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