And here's a midweek review from our resident teen blogger Ella!
A Girl Named Digit by Annabel Monaghan.
"This is another light read. Farrah Higgins was nicknamed Digit because of her genius-level talent at numbers and math, but switched schools in order to blend in and actually enjoy high school, away from the pressure of her gift. She's outwardly average, until the day she spots a code during the opening of her friends' favourite teen soap opera. Unluckily for her plan to blend in, cracking codes is a hobby she shares with her professor dad. Soon after reporting her findings to the FBI, she's on the run from a terrorist group, being protected by a young (handsome) agent named John and helping investigate the case. Adorable romance and hijinks ensue. I really liked Digit as a character, and enjoyed her smartness. Despite some identity issues and a few other flaws, the author managed to write a believable and likable main character. I hope there's a sequel!"
As always, thanks for sharing your thoughts Ella - see you at work!
This sounds like a lot of fun!
Ella! There is a sequel. Well, half a sequel. I'm working on it right NOW. Glad you enjoyed the book. :)
Sounds fun. My daughter might like it too.
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