Thursday, October 25, 2012

Don't Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon

Love this book cover!

In this inventive novel, you can't trust anyone-not even your parents. Sixteen-year-old Noa is living on her own. She has a laptop and the clothes on her back - that's it. When she wakes up disoriented and with a scar from her breastbone to her stomach, she has no idea what happened. She runs.

Peter Gregory seemingly has everything Noa doesn't. His parents are rich, he lives in a luxurious house, and has a girlfriend who is in college. But like Noa, he can't trust anyone - especially his parents.

Peter and Noa end up in a race for their lives. Peter's parents, not only don't protect him, but kick him out of the house. Peter and Noa need to find out what happened to Noa, and even more importantly, who did this to her and why.

This is a most exciting book that will appeal to anyone who likes a pulse-quickening adventure story. Computer geeks and people familiar with Boston, especially the Harvard area, will love this book!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great review, Faith! I'm thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the book.