Secret Society review by MDG
Secret Society
by Tom Dolby
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Mystery

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Ashton, PA, United States
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Rumors of secret societies are always floating around, especially in a city as big as New York. Nick, Patch, Lauren, and Phoebe have grown up hearing whispers of a huge clandestine organization, but they assumed that if there ever was a secret society, it would have disappeared by now. So imagine Nick, Lauren and Phoebe's surprise when they discover that they part of a new class of Initiates of the Society, a group dedicated to helping its members achieve their greatest dreams and find sucess. Tattooed with the symbol of an ankh on their neck, the high schoolers are roped into lavish parties and find themselves part of a society that may not be entirely benevolent, which becomes apparent when body is found dead in Central Park with the ankh tattoo on the neck.

Opinion: 

I really enjoyed reading Secret Society. Secret societies have always fascinated me and the fact that there could really be an organization like the one in the novel gives me the creeps. The Society is pretty evil, and has a lot of power politically, socially and economically, which is good for its members and not so good for its opponents. The story is fast-paced and there is never a dull moment as Nick, Patch, Lauren and Phoebe try to discover the mysteries of the Society. The characters were a little boring and one- dimensional with not much growth or development, but the stellar plot and pacing make up for the novel's other faults. Secret Society ends on a cliffhanger and I cannot wait to read the sequel to find out what happens. Recommended for fans of mysteries and prep school stories.

 

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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