More provocative dark entertainment from Glickman – hard on the heels of Reality
Psychosocial media is hot.
Now you don’t choose your friends.
Imagine a world where people no longer choose their friends.
Two school friends, different in every respect, drift apart in search of themselves. One flits from dodgy deal to get-rich-quick scheme while the other fights for freedom and justice.
The psychosocial media app, frenzship, takes the world by storm, revolutionising the very meaning of friendship and propelling the old friends onto a collision course.
Is frenzship the reinvention of true friendship and meaningful relationships for the information age or a dangerous cult bending the minds of the young and impressionable?
The friends’ schoolboy pact is invoked. Will their friendship transcend the conflict? Does a mate come running no matter what?
“If you’ve ever pondered the meaning of friendship or wondered why your friends are your friends, you will find frenzship a book you can’t put down” IAN ANDREW
frenzship is another thought-provoking novel
from Ray Glickman, WA Premier’s Award
shortlisted author of Reality
What People Are Saying
Frenzship is a novel exploring a world where we no longer choose friends, we utilize the app Frenzship. The outcome is a fascinating conversation on we human beings and relationships. As always with Ray, a fast-paced colourful read.
This is not the type of book I would normally read, but it was recommended to me. I found myself gripped from the beginning and until the satisfying end. Made me want to read the authors first novel.
frenzship fabulously questions our reliance on social media and the impact it could have.