Cover-Up review by TMic
Cover-up: Mystery at the Super Bowl (The Sports Beat, 3)
by John Feinstein
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 21
Reviewer's Location - Durham, NC, United States
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Stevie and Susan are teen writers and stars of a new TV show, Kids-Sports. They go to lots of events as reporters,but it seems wherever they are a deep, dark secret is uncovered. But, this time, during the Super Bowl it's not going to happen. I mean it's the Super Bowl, what could gowrong? Because of a slinky business deal Susan and Stevie aren't working with each other. They soon realize that the only way their problems can be solved is if they work as apair. The hard part is everyone around them doesn't want them working together....

Opinion: 

This book was a delightful read for me since I absolutely love football. Even though Stevie is the opposite gender of me, I felt at many points I could really relate to his life and thoughts. I believe any football or sports fan would enjoy Cover-Up and want more when it's done. This is John Feinstein's third book about Stevie and Susan and definitely my favorite. A bit of language and boyfriend/girlfriend content, but overall a very suitable book.

 

 

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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