Sneak by Evan Angler
*warning, may contain spoilers*
A few months ago I got to review the first in this series of books, “Swipe”. Now I have the joy of reading the next book “Sneak”. The book takes place in the distant future where there is one government for the people and everyone has to get a mark in order to be free and live. You get the mark when you turn 13, however if you fail the mark test you become a flunkie and are sent away, you family is told you died or didn’t make it. Logan’s sister was a flunkie 5 years ago, in the last book he turned 13 and became a flunkie but also escaped and joined a group of kids called the Dust. Now the dust is on a mission to save Logan’s sister. There are many twists and turns and things don’t turn out the way they thought.
I loved this second book in the Swipe Series. It kept me reading and interacting with the characters. At one point part of the Dust gets into big trouble and I found myself holding my breath hoping they can make it. The book made me laugh, cry and held me in suspense. And like the first book this one left me hanging, wanting more. I can’t wait for the next book.
This book goes more into God and the Bible. The American Union has banned the Bible but the unmarked have secret Bibles that they kept and read often, seeking the truth and finding hope. I’m excited to see what the next book brings in the way of Christianity.
I would recommend this book series to teens to adults who like a good suspense book. I believe you won’t be disappointed. It was a quick read for me, so I’m sure it will be easy for anyone to get into and love.
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