inkBLOT review by ABatem
inkBLOT
by Phyllis C. Johnson, Johnson Naigle, Nancy Naigle
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Mystery
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Lederach, PA, United States
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This book is about two young adults trying to make their way into the business world. Ronnie, an eighteen-year-old computer whiz, earns his place in the internet world by establishing the popular website, inkBLOT, which everyone is raving about. Chelsea Pressman is working her way up the ladder in the news world, but is never getting her big break. When doing an interview at a restaurant leads to her solving a murder, she is recognized for her determination to get behind the scenes, and begins to start investigating a chain of murders that have started in the town. When inkBLOT gets tied into all of the cases, Ronnie is the main suspect for the cases, and he needs to clear his name, no matter what it takes.

Opinion: 

I really enjoyed this fast-paced mystery. It was full of suspense that keeps the characters an arm length away until the very end when the mystery is solved. In this very climatic book, you find a friend in many of the characters, who are very relatable to and realistic. There is a logical part of this book that made me want to start searching the web for a site like inkBLOT, and see what it said about me. this book was defiantly a top choice and will keep the reader guessing until the final page.

 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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