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“Right from the start Friend Me caught me off-guard and threw me into the first loop of an action-packed ride that is anything but what you expect. Filled with rich characters and complicated situations, Friend Me is a compelling read that makes you glad you took the ride. Don't miss this book.” (Tosca Lee, New York Times bestselling author of the Books of Mortals series and Iscariot)
“Friend Me offers an intense page-turning experience that will leave the reader satisfied and thirsty for more.” (CBA Retailers & Resources)
"Suspense drips from the lines of this novel.” (Nike Chillemi, author of the Sanctuary Point series)
“Friend Me is a suspense-filled trip torn from tomorrow’s headlines; an all-too-believable story that had me turning pages to the unexpected end. I’m anxious to read more from this debut author.” (Richard L. Mabry, MD, author of Stress Test and Heart Failure)
“Friend Me captured me from page one and wrapped me in thought-provoking suspense until the end. The intriguing plot made it nearly impossible to put this book down. Mr. Faubion has crafted a great story that will grab your attention and stick with you long after you read the last page.” (Larry W. Timm, pastor of Gracepoint Church in Peabody, Kansas)
“Friend Me is an exciting foray into today’s cyber-culture. I loved every minute of the hero’s frantic efforts to extricate himself and his wife from the virtual-web of the villainess. Fascinating characters and exciting plot twists make this a stellar read.” (V. B. Tenery, author of Dead Ringer and The Watchman)
“John Faubion introduces a new and different kind of chiller, an uncharted world of cyber suspense. The writing? It’s fabulous.” (Donn Taylor, author of Deadly Additive and Rhapsody in Red)
“This thought-provoking tale reveals the frailty and potential wickedness in all of us and the terrible, life-altering things we are capable of when we yield to our own selfish desires and devices.” (Creston Mapes, bestselling author of Poison Town)
John Faubion has spent many years in Asia as a missionary with his family. Since returning to the United States, John has worked as a senior software developer for a large appliance chain. He teaches an adult Sunday school class and enjoys writing and driving his 1949 Packard automobile. John lives near Indianapolis with his wife, Beth, and their daughter.
I really liked this book until the last few chapters it seemed as though the author thought the story was too long and had to end it rather abruptly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book was a nail biter!!! John Faubion is a master of suspense. I like that it incorporates Christian values of man turning from his sin. Read morePublished 9 months ago by sksgrlvol
This novel was recommend to me, and I had to purchase it after reading the synopsis. This is an amazing well-written novel - It has suspense, thrill, and even some psychological... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Benish K @ Feminist Reflections
It kept me want to keep reading even when I was at the light in the car!Published 10 months ago by La Mejor
Review Title: Don't Go There (a review of Friend Me by John Faubion)
Reviewer: Janice S. Garey
**** 4 Stars
This book will hold your attention and at points... Read more
FRIEND ME is an intense thriller. Definitely a page-turner.
Scott and Rachel have fallen into a rut. Scott provides for his family, but keeps long hours. Read more
A bit of a preface - as an English Lit major and teacher, I'm use to canonical classics and therefore, I'm most likely a "tough critic" (my "3" may be someone... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Bobbie Herhuth
First, I must disclose that I work with the author and consider him a friend.
That being said, I feel I can still write an honest review because I know he'll appreciate... Read more
John Faubion wrote a wonderful novel of suspense. /Friend me/ is a great example of what life can be like if you get too involved in the Internet. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K.R. LaLonde