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In Too Deep: A #Hacker Novel Paperback – February 8, 2016
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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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After the death is ruled a suicide, Farris receives an anonymous note that it was not a suicide. Farris then proceeds to search for the killer.
The story in this book is well thought out and proceeds smoothly. I like the fact that she and her friend Coke lure the murderer to the scene of the crime in an attempt in order to get a confession. I do not like the way that the book ended. If you want to know how the book ends, start reading from the beginning to get to the end. Happy reading.
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.
Now for the negative, I am not sure what the proof reader was doing, but I don't think his/her mind was fully engaged in the job. This really didn't distract from the readability of the book, but it was something I noticed, and I am not a grammar, spelling Nazi.
Another good book, worth reading.
The author continues to take the reader on a story that has a breakneck pace! The readers fingers quickly get tired from frantically turning the pages in an effort to see what will happen next! There is no way to predict the roller coaster ride that author Sherry Ficklin takes you on while desperately trying to solve the mystery of who may have killed Mac. The author takes the reader through a gamut of emotions in this one - you will laugh, cry, yell, shake your head in disbelief and at times you may even threaten the author (Sorry, Sherry).
If you are looking for a quick paced, high energy read then look no farther - this is the book for you! You will find yourself wanting to reach the end to see what happens next, but at the same time dreading the end because that is just what it is - The End of book 2....make sure you are ready to immediately purchase and devour book 3, because you will need to have it on stand-by in order to survive the book hangover you will be experiencing from this one!