Hardcover, 320 pages
Expected publication: January 21st 2014 by HarperCollins
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Nick Pearson is hiding in plain sight…
My name isn’t really Nick Pearson.
I shouldn’t tell you where I’m from or why my family moved to Stepton, Virginia.
I shouldn’t tell you who I really am, or my hair, eye, and skin color.
And I definitely shouldn’t tell you about my friend Eli Cruz and the major conspiracy he was about to uncover when he died—right after I moved to town. About how I had to choose between solving his murder with his hot sister, Reya, and “staying low-key” like the Program has taught me. About how moving to Stepon changed my life forever.
But I’m going to.
Wow! What a great story line for break out author Lamar Giles! Twists and turns and plots a plenty.
Fake ID was quite a puzzle to put together. It started out as just your average high school student starting out in a new school trying real hard to make friends until bam!, a dark secret is hovering over this small town of Stepton, GA.
Nick Pearson is a new student at Stepton High School. He's just been relocated as part of the Witness Protection Program. Although he's been in WitSec (a nickname for Witness Protection) for the past four years, each relocation seems like he's never done this before now, but of all the assignments, this one is very different.
With the help of a new friend, Eli Cruz, and a handful of other cast characters, Nick will expose quite a large cover up and also have to keep those that are close to him as safe as possible while doing so. I wouldn't want to give anymore away...cause its just too good! One last thing, it is a quick read and it is best to read it with as few interruptions as possible.
This book has been set age appropriate however it should be cautioned that there is some suggestive actions within and may be more suited for mature 8th Out of a 5 star recommendation this book is given 4.5 stars.
Thank you Mr. Giles for this great break out, I look forward to more of your work soon.
Guest Reviewer, Fiona