Monday, 16 December 2013

EARC Review: Fake ID

Fake ID

Publication Date: January 21st 2014          
~A huge thank you to Harper Collins, and Edelweiss, who provided a copy in exchange for an honest review.~


Nick Pearson is hiding in plain sight. In fact, his name isn't really Nick Pearson. He shouldn't tell you his real name, his real hometown, or why his family just moved to Stepton, Virginia. And he definitely shouldn't tell you about his friend Eli Cruz and the major conspiracy Eli was uncovering when he died. About how Nick had to choose between solving Eli's murder with his hot sister, Reya, and "staying low-key" like the Program said to do.

But he's going to tell you—unless he gets caught first.


I didn't expect to like Fake ID as much as I did, it's not the type I see that often in YA, being about murder and the Witness Protection workings, I was sold.
The way it was written was realistic, and addictive. It kept you on the edge little by little while secrets were uncovered and revealed. It's fast paced, with shrouded with mystery.