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    Will keep you guessing right up to the end

    I rarely read Young Adult novels but this one had me hooked from the start and kept me guessing right through to the end. The central character - Mel - is drawn with such authenticity I felt I knew her. Her confusion became my confusion, her fears my fears, and her emotional attachment to her father was both touching and yet unsentimental. Real. The sinister voice on the car radio - Jack - was both frightening and perplexing and, just when I thought I was working things out, BANG! The author hit me with a series of scary and almost surreal events that left me reeling in a truly satisfying way that is the product of an author at the top of his game. The Ridealong is not just a novel for Young Adults, it's a novel to be savoured and appreciated by all fans of horror, suspense and riveting reads. 5 stars from me any day of the week!
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    "How long since I took a breath?"

    It's not "Happy families" even though the start of the book kind-of sounds like that. Officer Latham is returning to work after being injured on duty. His daughter Melanie goes with him as a "ridealong" [sounds like a dangerous thing to do]. The night gets complicated - a strange and threatening voice over the radio, other police chasing the pair, a friend suicides. Most of the book is written as that one night told by Melanie.
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