A GIRL NAMED DIGIT by Annabel Monaghan

A GIRL NAMED DIGIT

Age Range: 14 & up

KIRKUS REVIEW

An engaging heroine is at the center of this slim spy thriller from debut novelist Monaghan.

Farrah Higgins has a gift for finding patterns, but she couldn't control it in middle school. Saddled with the nickname Digit, Farrah resolved to fit in once she reached high school by hiding her math skills. Then Farrah stumbles upon an eco-terrorist organization after their suicide bomb attack on JFK Airport, and the terrorists want her dead. If that seems unbelievable, it's taken even further by Farrah's FBI protector, the cute, young rookie agent John Bennett, who works with Farrah to uncover a blackmail scheme involving the attack's bomber. This leads to bad guys chasing them all over New York, thanks to a mole inside the FBI. Meanwhile, Farrah is falling for John—and he feels something for her, too. Even with all these credulity-stretchers, this novel is so much fun to read that readers will buy it all, thanks to Farrah's smart, witty voice and the gentle romance between John and Farrah.

Check your mind at the door and enjoy this novel of two young adults caught up in a world of danger, adventure and, possibly, true love. (Thriller. 14 & up)

Pub Date: June 5th, 2012
ISBN: 978-0-547-66852-9
Page count: 192pp
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1st, 2012




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