Book Review: Accomplice by Eireann Corrigan


Title: Accomplice

Author: Eireann Corrigan

Summary: They’ve gotten good grades – but that’s not good enough. They’ve spent hours on community service – but that’s not good enough. Finn and Chloe’s advisor says that colleges have enough kids with good grades and perfect attendance, so Chloe decides they’ll have to attract attention another way. She and Finn will stage Chloe’s disappearance, and then, when CNN is on their doorstep and the nation is riveted, Finn will find and save her. It seems like the perfect plan – until things start to go wrong. Very wrong. -Goodreads


So… this is the book I won!  I think, in July?  June?  I don’t remember.  ANYWHO.

I did not have high expectations for this book, but by the time I was finished, I was very pleasantly surprised.

I don’t recall laughing much while reading this book, but I suppose that’s because it’s not supposed to be funny.  The author made the book pretty serious but didn’t overdo it.  She also excelled at describing Finn’s (Finn isn’t a boy… I thought Finn was a boy!) guilt.  I started feeling the guilt!

The end was fantastic, though I think that last chapter should’ve just been the epilogue.  It seemed epilogue-ish haha!

4/5 stars!  I can’t wait to read more of Ms. Corrigan’s books 😀


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