- File Size: 3436 KB
- Print Length: 342 pages
- Publication Date: August 10, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0103OEBWK
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,205,037 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story combines elements of mystery, intrigue, high society, technology, secret societies, and teen culture to create a web of secrets that surround and entrap Kera Collins, the main character.
I particularly liked the way Ramirez twists two timelines into one, jumping between times to drop details when and where the reader needs them. It jump-starts deductive reasoning as the reader tries to figure out exactly what happened, and by whom, and where. (But in a much more posh, 21st Century setting than "Clue.")
Definitely worth a read if you like teen fiction, edge-of-your-seat mystery, secret societies, and romance.
Kera and Dex just didn’t do anything for me. They had a bad case of insta love and I just couldn’t back it up. Not to mention I didn’t think Kera was a very good friend. Not that her friends were perfect friends to her either. From the summary and the setting, this book reminded me a bit of Secret of the Sevens by Lynn Lindquist, which I really loved. This one was no where near as good. It felt choppy and the characters majorly got on my nerves.
But if you are a huge fan of secret societies, secrets don’t keep might be worth checking out. I really enjoyed the scene setting. The school sounds like a place I would love to spend a couple of days getting lost in, and the actual secrets in this book were pretty major. And my favorite part of all was the app that Kera’s friend designed for the students of the school to talk to each other. I thought that was really cool. But all of those things that I enjoyed were not enough to save me from the annoyance I felt from the characters.
If you are looking for a great story about a secret society set at a boarding school, try Secret of the Sevens by Lynn Lindquist. Secrets Don’t Keep was not a hit for me, but I do hope that if you read it, you end up loving it! Let me know what you think if you get a chance to check out this book.
This is the perfect read for all those who love conspiracies, hidden secret societies within the elite and boarding school novels.
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