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 galas. But there's no escaping the spotlight--or the truth about the ways they betrayed each other in the jungle. And this time, the real threat isn't kidnappers--it's what the "friends" might do to each other.
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99 Lies (100 Hours, #2)
99 lies pick up exactly where the last book left off, post-kidnapping—at least for most of them. Genesis and Holden are still stuck on the island and everyone that’s made it back on American soil are worrying about their health and safety.
In the most unusual way, they go about trying to save them, making sure the world does not forget they didn’t all make it back.
Genesis is starving, dirty and just all out sick of being stuck on the island with two crazy people, one being a relative. She has no idea how she’s going to make it out, but she’s determined to figure it out. She’s getting home—by any means necessary.
This novel like its predecessor is fast-moving and contains a unique political angle. Secrets are kept and revealed. Characters lives are threatened. Trust is thin, and romance is rampant.
The series is thoroughly entertaining and with alternating points of view, it gives the reader the story from two angles.
Though the story has a number of main characters, it never got confusing or befuddled by too many thoughts going on at once.
A wonderful addition to any book lovers shelf, of any age—and another winner from Rachel Vincent. Highly recommended.