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review 99 Lies (100 Hours #2) ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Getting kidnapped over spring break was definitely memorable But now that the surviving hostages are home they want life to feel normal again high school dating million dollar galasBut there's no escaping the spotlight or the truth about the ways they bGetting kidnapped over spring break was definitely memorable But now that the surviving hostages are home they want life to f. Between 2 and 3 honestly like 2'5 I feel bad giving it 2✩ but then kinda feel 3 are too much so no ✩ givenI feel the previous one was so much gripping while this one wasn't that great not much happened and there were some things which made zero sense possible spoilers ahead the kids escaping themselves when not even the army had found them; etc

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Y betrayed each other in the jungle And this time the real threat isn't kidnappers it's what the friends might do to each oth. Great conclusion I loved this duology this book and this author I admire her for taking a very controversial topic and having the guts to write a story about it She clearly didn’t pitch this book as propaganda and the story didn’t steer you to a specific opinion As for the characters they were great I loved Genesis and Maddie There were a lot of real personalities that the Author depictedThe characters the topic the plot it all came together to lend a certain authenticity to the books I think this duology is another great addition to some of the best books Rachel had written Five glittery stars for 100 hours and 99 Lies

Rachel Vincent ↠ 5 review

99 Lies 100 Hours #2Eel normal again high school dating million dollar galasBut there's no escaping the spotlight or the truth about the ways the. This second book totally takes over where first left off and even though the conflicts drama and intensity focus is different they are still all there from beginning to endFor Genesis Holden Indiana Luke Maddie and Penelope the nightmare should be over but seems like a new set of problems follow the teens home insteadWhat does not kill you makes you stronger does apply to these young people but someone forgot to tell them that death is not always the worst that can happen to us anywayFor me as the story counted down to it's conclusion the inevitable truths revealed cleared up shadowy areas and the finale that was presented was satisfactory justice but not a complete one on all countsOnce again alternating points of view give insight into the main characters motivations and what really clinched the enjoyment for this reader was the fact that heretofore thoroughly self engrossed Genesis became a better person thanks to her ordeal and cousin Maddie finally owned her self worth as wellFilled with tough subject matters the book carried them out with just the right amount of emotional entanglement for the characters and readers alike