(I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways).
(This review may contain spoilers).
There was quite a lot about this book that I found easy to relate to. In some ways, this book made me remember the Famous Five and the Secret Seven. Although I’m an adult now, I still found this book to be an entertaining, easy read.
I liked Dana, Jack and Amy – well, to a certain extent. I wavered a lot with Amy, particularly when she was trying to pick a fight with Dana. Dana was the character I liked the best, though Jack was okay. Still, it was nice to see them having to pull together despite their differences.
The danger and tension in this book did come across as quite realistic. I felt that the book was well-written and the characters were fairly likable, at least eventually. It was really good that the book was as much about the characters as the mystery they were trying to solve.
I’m going to pass this book on to my niece to read and if there’s a sequel to this book, I’ll probably check it out at some point in the future.