Book Review: Immoral Code
I received an ARC of this book for review. I was interested in how Lillian Clark was going to pull off five POVS in one story. But the answer came fast: Flawlessly!
The story is about a group of friends who pull off an elaborate cyber-heist after one of them gets accepted into MIT but doesn't have the finances needed to go. The heist is planned and executed perfectly-ish (no spoilers) and I found myself flipping the pages like my life depended on it.
Each character is well developed with interesting stories of their own that somehow come together seamlessly inside the pages. I felt like these were all real people who I could connect to; each with a unique voice and quirky characteristics, deep thoughts, and big dreams. When I started reading, I had a clear favorite: Bellamy (because intelligence is awesome) but as I kept reading, I would find my favor flipping between all five as I learned more about the cast. By the midpoint I was just rooting for every single one of them. :)
This is a great book for YA fans of excellent contemporary fiction supported by a cast of strong and amazing characters! I’m so satisfied with this read and hoping I will find something to cure the book hangover I’m now afflicted with.