Identity Crisis by Melissa Schorr – Blog Tour


Hey guys! So today I get to be part of a blog tour for Identity Crisis* by Melissa Schorr! I am doing a review for this book and I will try to be as non-spoilery as possible but I make no total promises. Before I get into the review though, let me share with you some book details:

70eb1fec-898c-4e1f-9e3f-fdb84689b187Identity Crisis* by Melissa Schorr
Publisher: Merit Press
Release Date: January 18th 2016

When curvaceous Annalise Bradley’s scandalous freshman year hookup sparks the anger of her female classmates, three of them decide to get her back by “catfishing” her, creating a fake online profile of the perfect boy to toy with her affections.
Against her better nature, introverted Noelle Spiers, goes along with her friends’ plan, hoping to distract Annalise from dreamy Cooper Franklin, her lifelong crush who has fallen for Annalise instead.
As Annalise discovers she is being played and seeks revenge, Noelle increasingly regrets her role in the cruel hoax and tries to salvage their relationship.
Told in alternative perspectives, IDENTITY CRISIS covers romance, betrayal, and timeless friendship in the age of modern technology.

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Links:  Goodreads | Amazon* |  Barnes & Noble  |  Book Depository  |  Kobo

Sound awesome? Not sure? Read my review and see if it helps:

Okay so for this review Imma do something a bit different and kinda new that I’m thinking of doing in the future. But let me tell you why I’m doing this (in the words of bestie Gabi): “I can’t describe how amazing this book is. If I did I’m pretty sure you all will be going on Google translate for the language Fangirl”

For all you readers and reviewers out there, you know my problem; if I had my way, this post would just be “asqwfhekjqfrewff!”. In the interest of keeping this review a little more professional and readable, Imma do a mini report card like review….

Plot  (A+): Now the plot was about several people catfishing someone on Facebook which was what drew me to the book. Why? I just love CSI Cyber/crime/mystery kind of things and though this book was a much more juvenile version of CSI Cyber, the ideas of catfishing and the thoughts on both sides were very much there.  The book also kept you very much on the edge of your seat as, even though you know who was doing what, the mystery behind when the someone would find out they were being catfished and what would happen next was pretty awesome.

Characters and Relationships (A+): Probably my favorite part of the book was the relationships between the characters. There were no clichés in the book really and all the relationships between the characters seemed great and not forced at all. The characters themselves where great as well! Again, not really any clichés and they all acted within the range of rational human beings. I know that sounds vague but by the end of the book you’ll see what I mean.

So that’s it for my part in this wonderfully awesome blog tour, but guess what? There’s a giveaway for you guys!!


Good luck to all in the giveaway! In the meantime, check out the author below, follow her on social media and then check out the tour hosts!


b4432405-1005-4025-971b-c1bc0c101c58Melissa Schorr is the YA author of GOY CRAZY (Hyperion 2006) and IDENTITY CRISIS (forthcoming, Merit Press 2016), and a contributor to the YA anthology DEAR BULLY.

She is currently a contributing writer/editor to the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. Her freelance work has appeared in numerous publications, including GQ, People, Self, San Francisco magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

Melissa currently lives in Boston with her husband, her daughters, and her dog, Bailey.

Connect with Melissa:  Website  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Goodreads | Instagramffbc

And that’s all! Thank you to The Fantastic Flying Book Club and Melissa for letting me be a part of this tour and thank you guys for reading the post! Hope you read Identity Crisis as it was pretty rockin’,  have a great day/night and tata for now!

*This is an affiliate link I have with Amazon 🙂

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