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Accomplice (2010)

by Eireann Corrigan(Favorite Author)
3.24 of 5 Votes: 2
Scholastic Press
review 1: There was absolutely nothing I liked about this book. It was boring, slow, predictable, and a mash up of horrible foreshadowing combined with "plot twists" that were poorly written. "Accomplice" sounds interesting, as the characters are similar to me with their intelligence, creativity, and need to be at the top. However, this was the opposite of interesting. It was so bad that I temporarily stopped reading to reread "The Son of Neptune", hungry for action and sass. I do NOT recommend "Accomplice" to anyone. STAY. AWAY.
review 2: This story is about two high school seniors Finn and Chloe who stage a fake kidnapping to get offers from good colleges. The first few chapters are basically nothing talking about how everyone at school is sad about Chloe being missing
... more. Then for just about the rest of the book we see Finn continuously change her mind back and forth from liking the plan to having second thoughts. There's really no climax at all from what I can see. And add on the authors horrible use of dialogue and that's the book. Nothing's really good about it accept maybe the end but I still didn't find that interesting. less
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Very good, interesting storyline. I would like to know more what inspired the author to write this
It seemed like a drag to read. Corrigan dragged things on and added unnecessary comparisons.
It was a great book and I would read it again within a heartbeat.
WOW that was crazy
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