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In Too Deep: A #Hacker Novel (#Hackers) Paperback – February 8, 2016
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About the Author
Sherry is a full time writer from Colorado where she lives with her husband, four kids, two dogs, and a fluctuating number of chickens and house guests. A former military brat, she loves to travel, eat exotic food, and meet new people. She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other. That is, unless she's on deadline at which time she, like the Loch Ness monster, is often only seen in blurry photographs.
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Top Customer Reviews
I like that a girl who is a junior actually follows through with having somewhat realistic expectations about being 16 & in love. Her romantic life is handled in a very YA fashion (behind closed doors with the lights off). There is even a funny moment when her friend Kayla wants details & Farris declines because "we are in a YA novel".
She falls into mystery-solving Ina legitimate way, and continues to be as smart as everyone calls her. It does look like maybe her exploits are being noticed outside her school. If she'll be graduating early, I imagine the next book might be about her getting recruited to use her skills in a professional capacity.
After composing myself, I am able to now think clearly and add my thoughts about this book.
There aren't too many authors who will be able to leave a tragic ending and leaving me sitting there in complete shock, horror and snot crying, and Ms. Ficklin has done it all in this book. Though, you will have to purchase a copy and read it for yourself, because I refuse to give up any more details on the subject.
The characters in the story are remarkable. I love the main character, Farris the most. She is strong willed, cocky, and tech savvy all built into one teenage girl. I love how the author did her homework about computer hacking, because Farris made hacking look easy even when it has several layers of codes and passwords to get through and I am happy that the author added more of Farris and her hacking abilities in this story. It really showed how talented Farris is at what she does. I love how the author tears down this character, but Farris seems to find a way to get back into control. I loved the suspense and the twisted roller coaster ride throughout this book. My emotions of shock were really working while I read this book. I actually sat and read the whole thing in one sitting because I just couldn't put it down. This is a remarkable read and I highly recommend this to all to read.
I am extremely anxious to see where this author will take us next in this series and I will be keeping my eyes open at all times to find out.
Clean Teen Publishing provided me with a digital ARC copy of the book for review purposes only as part of the Clean Teen Publishing Elite Reviewers Team. No remuneration was exchanged.
In Too Deep begins with the premise that Farris's boyfriend (whose father is also in the military) moved several months ago and asked his best friend Cole to hang out with Farris to keep her company (Cole doesn't mind because he really hates spending time at home). One evening Farris and Cole decide to go swimming in the ocean. As they are getting out of the water, they discover a classmate’s body. After the death is ruled a suicide, Farris receives an anonymous message indicating that the kid's death was not a suicide. Using her great hacking skills, along with committing a few "breaking and entering" crimes, Farris and Cole investigate (1) the author of the note, (2) the dead classmate, and (3) those who had reason to kill him. The book ends with a thrilling conclusion when Farris confronts the supposed killer with the reason for the murder not being what I expected at all!
Andrea Emmes narrated this audiobook and she did a wonderful job. She provided distinct and consistent voices for all characters. Her narration really contributed to my satisfaction of the story. I was provided a copy of this audio by the author and freely leave this honest review. In short, I highly recommend this audiobook to anyone who enjoys a good mystery!
Gawd dammit all.
I loved this installment all the way until the end. The end is FEELS. There better be another one. It can't just end that way. Well, I suppose it could, but it shouldn't. I need more.
In Too Deep is excellent. Now that we know most of the characters, there wasn't as much time dedicated to getting to know everyone, and more action time, which was what I was missing from the first book. This is the second series of read of Sherry's and I think it's safe to say I'm hooked on her writing.
No complaints and I can't really add more without being spoilerly. Let's just say I was a little iffy about someone "new" (quotations because they are introduced in the first book), but I ended up rooting for them early on.
The drama is real and actually enjoyable. Sometimes drama can be eye roll worthy, but not this stuff. Gahhh. I just really need more.
5/5 Platypires and anxiously hoping there will be a book 3.