Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Review: The Long Game

The Long Game The Long Game by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Tess is known for fixing problems, and when a friend asks her to run her campaign for class president she accepts the challenge. Unfortunately, this private school in Washington D.C. is filled with the children of the political elite and no secret is completely safe, even if it is just a high school election. Is Tess willing to go nose to nose with some adults in her life? Is a recent terrorist attack connected to mysterious meetings she has stumbled upon?

The Long Game is the second book in The Fixer series. The mystery is new and the characters are refreshed, so if a reader jumps into the second book without the first they would be fine. With that said, Barnes does reference a few events from the first book that may cause a late arriving reader to want to backtrack. There are several twists and turns, but no shockers and no cliff hangers. An enjoyable read for those who enjoy Ally Carter or just like a strong female lead.

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