January 17, 2012

The Anti-Social Network by Sadie Hayes: Review

Publisher:  Backlit Fiction (October 22, 2011)
ARC:  ebook
Series:  The Start Up # 2
Genre:  YA Contemporary
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From Goodreads. The Dory twins grew up with nothing. Now on the verge of having everything, their fledgling company—built on Amelia’s intellect and Adam’s ambition—threatens to be torn apart by new, powerful enemies and old, malicious ones.

The Anti-Social Network is the second episode in The Start-Up series, a fast-paced and exciting serial story.

Review by Jess
THE ANTI-SOCIAL NETWORK by Sadie Hayes is the second installment of Sadie Hayes new novella series, the first one is fast paced and fun, and the second one does not disapoint disappoint I was impressed with the continuation of this new and original story.

I dove right into Sadie Hayes' new novella. It is so easy to fall in to love with the characters and the unique situation the Dory twins are immersed in. I felt in this one I was able to get to know the characters much better and I could enjoy the story so much better without asking questions.

Learning more about the twins' past was exciting and their situation very unique. Hayes crafted the situation beautifully and with the character building from the first and most of this installment, it was incredibly believable.

I can not give enough praise to Sadie Hayes for her characters. As a college student myself, I was able to relate entirely to the characters and relate it to my school environment. I really was amazed. Sadie Hayes' first novella was great, and the second one took it to a entirely new level. I look forward to reading the third. Well done Sadie Hayes!

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