Fake Accounts: A mischievous satire for the social media age

Lauren Oyler’s debut novel is a sharply funny take on a thoroughly modern protagonist whose life is conducted through the lens of social media

7th March, 2021
Fake Accounts: A mischievous satire for the social media age
Lauren Oyler’s Fake Accounts might well be the first great novel written about social media, not as a background feature or communication tool, but as a critical lens for analysing the modern self.

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Fake Accounts

By Lauren Oyler

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