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One talented hacker.
One dead body.
One explosive secret.
When one reckless night leads Farris Barnett to the dead body of a classmate, she's as willing as everyone else to write it off as a suicide. That is, until cryptic messages start coming in from someone who knows the truth, and they want Farris on the case. Putting her hacker skills to work, she begins to unravel the life of a victim who might just have been the guiltiest of them all.
Her personal life in turmoil, Farris turns to the only person she can trust to help her get to the bottom of things - a friend on the verge of becoming much more. Together, they confront a killer with a secret not even she could have decoded.
The biggest bombs, the ones that do the most damage, are the ones you never see coming.
©2015 Sherry Ficklin (P)2017 Sherry Ficklin
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By med c on 03-14-17

In too deep

Which scene was your favorite?

I liked and enjoyed this book. As always I love Farris her being witty and sassy makes this book more enjoyable. And the mystery I was not able to guess who could be behind all the problems which was great.

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By Brad&Britney on 08-12-17

Pretty good follow-up to the amazing first book.

I enjoyed this follow up. In my personal opinion, I don't think there was enough emphasis on the crime that was taken place throughout the novel; however, I really enjoyed following Farris' love life and friendship with Kayla. Sometimes in YA crime stories like this, we forget about the fact that these kids go to school and actually have teenage lives--the good thing about this book was that we saw this--we saw Farris going to high school parties, trying to fit in, and experiencing real life teenager things. I just wish we focused more on the crime itself--I feel as if the crime was just thrown in there and not really give too much thought. The hacker-ish things weren't really hacker-ish. She just listed off some things she knew about phone tracking, as well as some computery stuff. I was disappointed with several changes the author made between the first book and this sequel--not sure why some characters left the series, not sure why the dad wasn't as involved in the book as much as he was in the first book, not sure why things had to end the way they did with this book--it just doesn't make sense to me and I feel as thought the story was very linear and not adequately thought out. Overall, I still enjoyed the book and I really do love this series!! Can't wait till the third book--Digital Horizons!

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