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    T-Minus is a thrilling, if a bit rom-comy, new YA

    When Sophie Washington wakes up on her birthday, she plans to pierce her nose against her mom's wishes and go zip-lining. But then everything goes wrong because she happens to be the daughter of the first female POTUS. Soon, Sophie has to work with her friends to save her entire family. The first couple chapters are a little difficult to get through and I personally am not a fan of the love-interest-in-form-of-boy-who-is-important-to-plot but otherwise this was an interesting read and very suspenseful! (Thanks NetGalley for providing me a free copy in exchange for an honest review.)
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    Reminded me of 24 Hours

    When I read the blurb of T-Minus, my attention was caught. It reminded me of 24 Hours. Since I was a fan of that show, I knew that I needed to read this book. I am glad I did!! T-Minus was a fast, explosive read that I got lost in. T-Minus is the story of Sophie Washington. Sophie is the teenage daughter of the first POTUS. One night, she is woken up by her Secret Service agent with the news that the President and her family are the targets of a domestic terrorist attack. They are to be separated and taken to different safe houses. Sophie finds out that this terrorist cell has people who infiltrated the White House. Not trusting anyone, Sophie turns to the only other people she can trust, her friends from a CIA training camp for teens. Sophie has 24 hours to find out who is behind the attacks on her family and bring them down. But that is easier said than done when she doesn’t know who to trust. I couldn’t believe the fast pace of T-Minus. Right from page one, the book was go-go-go. The author did a fantastic job of keeping the speed of the plotline as fast as she did. But, there were times when it faltered. Mainly during the flashbacks. If the author placed the flashback at the beginning of the book (like headers) or even had dedicated mini-chapters to them, I would have been fine. But to have a scene interrupted by Sophie remembering various people, drove me nuts. I liked Sophie. I liked that the author showed how stifling being a child of the POTUS could be. I couldn’t imagine having Secret Service tailing me everywhere. I also thought that she was strong: mentally and physically. I would have lost it after what happened to her brother. But she didn’t allow herself time to dwell on it. Instead, she turned all her feelings into anger, and that powered her through the rest of the book. I also liked that she was also a normal teenage girl. She had crushes, fought with her parents, and did crazy teenage stuff with her friends. Of course, all that was told in flashbacks but still. It was nice to see glimpses of what she could be like during the book. The mystery of who was behind the terrorist attacks was wonderfully written. The author was able to make me think it was several people, including Sophie’s father. There were several twists in the plot that took me by surprise. But it was the one at the end that made my jaw drop. I couldn’t believe who it was. The end of T-Minus was unbelievable. The author wrapped up all the plotlines except one, which makes me wonder if there will be a book 2.
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    The Countdown Is On

    Thank you to Entangled Teen and NetGalley for an advanced copy. All opinions expressed are my own. T-Minus By: Shannon Greenland *REVIEW* 🌟🌟🌟🌟 If you read T-Minus, a suspension of disbelief is required because it's improbable without it. A TIA (teen CIA) group go rouge and save the world?? So, accepting the narrative at face value, meet Sophie Washington, daughter of the first female POTUS. Sophie wakes to a credible threat against her mother and protocols that require separation of family members for safety. Sophie learns her brother has actually been kidnapped. She eludes her protection detail so that she and her friends can solve this puzzle before time runs out. There is action aplenty in this story. It's a non stop situation. Because of the before mentioned training, these teens have skills and abilities to access what they need and fend off attackers. Sophie is a strong, intelligent, female lead, and that's inspiring for girls. She is fierce and loyal. Her friends are the kind everyone wants because they are a solid group right in the action with Sophie regardless of the danger. It's a ticking clock situation which makes the entire story more compelling and intense. The thrill is the ever present what if time runs out scenario. Sophie finds out a lot of information she didn't previously know, including details about past events. It's a game of secrets and lies. Who can she trust? Let's hope, for her family's sake, that Sophie is successful. If she fails, what becomes of them? Of her? This story is definitely great for a teen audience, and adults who love YA. Just don't think about the logistics, and enjoy the entertainment value and thrilling aspects of the story instead. The countdown is on!

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