Artificial intelligence, virtual friends, virtual relationships that morph into reality -- after reading the blurb, I couldn't resist Friend Me. It's a great plot with well developed characters. Rachel and Scott are people of faith, so the reader should expect them to behave as such.
Human beings may never be able to create artificial intelligence as advanced as that portrayed in the book, but that potential stretch of reality is what made this story creepy and intriguing. I won't put in any spoilers, so I'll just say that my only criticism is the ending. It should have taken a little longer to resolve such gnarled and twisted issues. The ending was a bit too neat and tidy. But, will I read more of John Faubion? You bet!