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    Great suspense with twists

    Game of Fear was a good 4 star read and book one in the Fearless series. Abbie has been working hard at school and has set her sights on going to an exclusive Ivy League school after she graduates. Abbie happens to come across a letter that was left in her locker, she’s confused as to why it was left for her. Things take a twist when she gets a photo, now she knows this is more serious than she originally thought. She is at risk of losing all that she has worked so hard for. Can Abbie figure out who is black mailing her before it’s too late? Overall I enjoyed this read. It has mystery, suspense, love and so much more. I enjoy a book where I have to try and figure out who is behind everything and this one didn't disappoint. Once I started, I couldn’t get it done fast enough, I had to see how things came together in the end. You get pulled in with the authors writing and you feel like your right there with Abbie. Can’t wait to start the next book in the series. 1-click an get started today.
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    great read

    I’ve read “Game of Fear” as a standalone novel, not knowing that it was book 2 in a series. It wasn’t a problem, but now I want to read the first book to find out more about Abbie and her family. I liked Abbie, she was smart and strong, but had her flaws like every high school student. I read the book in one sitting, it was that good. And even when I was (almost) sure that the one person Abbie thought being responsible for what happen to her is not the one, I couldn’t figure out the who and why 'til the very end. This is a book I gladly recommend. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Glede Browne Kabongo!
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