Digital Me (A Squirrel Hill High Novel)

Digital Me A Squirrel Hill High Novel Megan doesn t want to lose her best friend Sara her closest companion at Squirrel Hill High but Sara s new popularity on the social network Digital Me threatens to tear them apart Sara wants to Conn

  • Title: Digital Me (A Squirrel Hill High Novel)
  • Author: J.M. Varner
  • ISBN: 9781494445416
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Megan doesn t want to lose her best friend Sara, her closest companion at Squirrel Hill High, but Sara s new popularity on the social network Digital Me threatens to tear them apart.Sara wants to Connect with Squirrel Hill High s most popular guy, Josh, on Digital Me, but in the digital world, not everything s as it seems.Jaron wants to hack into Digital Me to proveMegan doesn t want to lose her best friend Sara, her closest companion at Squirrel Hill High, but Sara s new popularity on the social network Digital Me threatens to tear them apart.Sara wants to Connect with Squirrel Hill High s most popular guy, Josh, on Digital Me, but in the digital world, not everything s as it seems.Jaron wants to hack into Digital Me to prove his worth to the global hacker community, but living in Russia leaves him blocked behind a digital iron curtain Digital Me Where these three lives collide in a way that s only possible in the brave new digital world.A Young Adult Realistic Fiction novel.Note to Parents Guardians Digital Me does not contain explicit language or mature scenes References are made to photographs that contain inappropriate interactions between a male and a female student, but details of this interaction are never specified.

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    1. I recently finished reading Digital Me by J.M. Varner, the story focuses on students at Squirrel Hill High school and their use of their new online social network service, Digital Me.Best friends Sara and Megan are not exactly popular at school but that doesn’t bother them as they have each-other, they spend all their time together and have since they were young, but all this changes once Sara logs onto the school social network.Sara loves Megan but she wants to get to know her crush at school [...]

    2. 3.5 stars!I thank the author for allowing me to read this book.So the book focuses on technological advancement and how people have become addicted to it. This isn't far from the reality where nowadays, people are obsessed with posting their mundane thoughts and activities on Facebook as well as taking selfie after selfie to post in Instagram.I admit, I do post my angry thoughts on Facebook but I do it with class and as rarely as possible. I probably post something once or twice a week. And self [...]

    3. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All kids these days have been warned about the importance of discretion on the internet. Most, however, have not witnessed or experienced any situations personally that would prove why being careful is so important. This book gives one such example. And it does so in such an initially innocent way that the same situation could have happened to anyone, making it hit even closer to home. Sara couldn’t wait for the social netwo [...]

    4. This is a good book to have your children read and discuss with you before allowing them to have a Facebook or similar social account. It is a soft lecture wrapped in subtle warnings attempting to reach preteens regarding potential real world consequences. With no truly traumatizing or explicit situations the author leaves it as a jumping off point for parents to broach the topic with their elementary or middle school children. It was well written and relevant.

    5. This book really hit home with my up rising fears of how cell phone and social networking effects all of us and how it can damage youth in such a way. Congratulations J.M. Varner you have a fan you have made for many life discussions with my fiance and our future children, you made me feel the electronic immersion and fears for the realities it holds.

    6. I really quite enjoyed this book and was sucked strait into it after the first few pages. I recommend this book to every one.Though I lived it I thought the wasnt as great as the built up I still loved it. I received this book free from the author to review!!

    7. (I was given this book in exchange for an honest review)Spoilers-ish aheadWhile the writing style seems more fit for junior high, high school students I believe everyone should read this book.We follow Sara a teenager who's life change the day she register in the hottest social media of the moment, Digital Me. Helping her become who she wants and communicate with people she wouldn't talk to in real life (even the playboy star of the school), Digital Me is Sara's new haven especially now that she [...]

    8. ***I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review***‘Digital Me’ follows the story of three teenagers, Sara, Megan & Jaron. It is a very interesting read, albeit a short one. It is quite a fast read. I really enjoyed it, and read it within a few hours. Nowadays, kids are addicted to the online world, and sites like Facebook and Twitter. There is a new app released, and it is Digital Me, which Sara Parker is very excited for. However, her best friend, Megan, is not [...]

    9. Mr. Varner's "Digital Me" is not unique in the way of it being about teenagers and their drama, however, it is unique in what causes the drama: Social Networks. There where a few moments within the story that where rather "cliché" ( a note able moment is near the end of the book involving Megan and Sara), though not too many as to make it annoying. On a whole the book is entertaining, and clean. My favorite character was Leo, mainly because he is a rather honest and "gentlemanly" compared to th [...]

    10. A cautionary tale for everyone who is on the internet- be careful what you put out on the internet and protect yourself. Although Sara's obsession with Digital Me was annoying, I don't think it was too far off from today's youth. Despite my overwhelming desire to slap Sara in the face, I think it's a good story for everyone to be reminded of.Recommend for those who like YA, technology, social media!*I received a free copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review*

    11. I think this book was awesome! my eyes were glued to it the whole time! it really makes people think about social networking and how it can be dangerous. remember to stay away from hackers! in my opinion, I think this book was really great. you wrote a great book Mr. Varner!

    12. What an amazing book Mr. Varner, you did a terrific job writing it. I will always be on my iPhone, iPad, and Mac laptop, but I'll be safe from hackers and others. This book made me realized that. So then again great job with the book and I'm glad to have you as my teacher.

    13. This cautionary tale is geared toward middle- and high-school students but has an important message for digital citizens of all ages. It would lend itself well to a classroom or family discussion centering on the differences between the "digital you" and the "real you."

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