Social media is an absolute wonder. It creates a sense of instant gratification. It connects you with millions of strangers.
All with the click of a button.
Yet, it also creates this image of “the perfect life” that no one can achieve AND be human.
Social media or obsessing over your identity over those platforms leaves room to puppet string or enlarge our deepest fears and insecurities as people.
The greatest thing is this book used that notion to tell a story of twenty-something English-farmgirl Katie Brenner, who after graduating from college, reinvents herself and loses her country accent to appear more high-society. Her new identity? London city girl named Cat. This is all so she can fit the mold of those around her while working at an ad agency as a junior associate with dreams of being a project manager.
This book really makes you take a second look at societal norms, relationship standards in today’s dating world, and most deeply, the imperfect human condition that should be more accepted and less altered.
Overall, the reader will leave this book realizing that things and people are not always prim and proper as they appear.