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Review of In Too Deep (The #Hackers Series Book 2) by Sherry D. Ficklin

Intoodeep

 

On the anniversary of Farris Barnett’s mother’s death, she found the dead body of one of their classmates. She received cryptic messages indicating that it was not a suicide. Together with her friends they discover some serious secrets and identified various potential subjects. In the end they decided to confront the real killer.

The second novel started with an unexpected development and change in main characters, which resulted in emotional introspection for Farris. Even though there was some predictability in the story line, there was sufficient mystery to keep me reading. Sherry Ficklin has a great writing style and there is an easy flow to her story telling.

And, jeepers, the end was really unexpected, especially when book 1 was nicely wrapped up, so I half expected the same …

 

Click here to access book 2 of The #Hackers Series. (Kindle version was free at time of writing)

 

If you liked this book, the story continues in Digital Horizon (The #Hackers Series Book 3).

 

Review of Playing with Fire (The #Hackers Series Book 1) by Sherry D. Ficklin

PlayingwithFire

 

Farris is a young and talented hacker. She relocated with her father to an experimental government aircraft facility. As the security of the fleet is compromised and to protect her father, she decided to investigate a series of computer glitches to identify the cyber criminal before the events escalate to something more serious, like murder.

This is the first novel of the Hacker series. The book is well written, full of mystery and action with a little bit of romance thrown in.  One can relate to the characters and the events are believable. The book was slow on building suspense as it covered quite a bit on the high school drama and different characters, but none the less a good read. There are no cliffhanger endings or major surprises and can be read as a stand alone.

I was actually in two minds to purchase book 2, but I was glad I did. But that review is for another day.

At time of writing the kindle version was free – click here to download a copy of the first novel.

 

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