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    I got the chance to read this book for free, in exchange for my honest opinion, through Book Look Bloggers. My Review: I was so happy when I stumbled across this on Book Look Bloggers. Typically I don't read books out of sequence, I have yet to read the first book in this series, which I will eventually read. This book, like the rest in the series, is pretty easy to follow whether you've read the whole series, or just picked up one of the books on a whim. In this third installment of the Samantha Sanderson series, the grades of Robinson have tampered with leading to a lot of angry students and parents. Sam enlists her best friend Makayla's ninja computer skills, to help find the virus, and the person who let it loose in the school's system. However, Sam's new friend Felicia is targeted as a suspect, and one of the school's newspaper writers posts this information on the blog, Sam has to decide to stick by Felicia or write the story as she sees it. This is really a wonderful series for middle grade girls, it touches on topics like faith, bullies, friends, and doing the right thing. Even in my twenties, I still get life lessons from these books. They also hold just the right amount of mystery too, while the last book had some predictability, this book had me guessing until the very end, and when it was reveled who did it Positive Elements: Sam's Sunday school teacher Ms. Martha, asks her kids to pick out a Bible verse to use for their New Years Resolution. Sam picks out Love your neighbor and soon realizes it's more than just her next door neighbor, but also those in her community as well. Sam attempts to reach out to Aubrey. Nikki, Aubrey's best friend, apologizes to Sam for the way her friend treats her. Negative Elements: Once again, Aubrey the mean girl of the series, makes sure she goes out of her way to purposely be mean to Sam. Aubrey considers Sam a liar and has no problem telling other people she feels that way. Spiritual Elements: This is a Christian book, so of course, it is full of conversations and sequences about God, the Bible, praying, etc. However, once again, I feel the author did this perfectly and not once does it feel the book is preaching. Other Thoughts: I love that the youth room has my favorite Bible verse, I think it's an important one. Which brings me to this: Even though it's August and not New Years just yet, I did decide to take a page from this book (no pun intended), and pick out my own verse that I can apply to my life. I choose my favorite 1 Timothy 4:12.
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