on June 28th 2016
Genres: YA, Mystery
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
A baffling robber.A mystery hidden for years.And an elite boarding school where no one is who they say they are.Kyle Bradford is the envy of Drayton College, but everything takes a turn when a dangerous shadow, hidden in the darkness, starts to stalk him. From then on, his life falls apart. Unjustly accused of being the main suspect behind the robberies terrifying high society, he is forced to prove his innocence. And to do so, he has to find the real culprit: Zero, an infallible criminal who keeps his identity hidden under a silver mask. What Kyle does not know is that his enemy is keeping a secret. A secret he would sacrifice everything for.A dizzying, heart-stopping thriller you won’t be able to put down.
Kyle Bradford has it all, except his parents. He is the adopted son and heir to a wealthy woman who took him in after a terrible accident killed his parents. All is going well as he is going to the highly esteemed boarding school Drayton. That is until Zero assumes his identity and tries to frame him for all his crimes. Kyle must find out the truth about Zero before he ends up taking the blame for the million dollars of items that have been stolen.
In ” an Oyster Shell – This book was a fun mystery that had some very unexpected twists. I recommend it.
The Pearls – The concept was really interesting. This book is shrouded in mystery. From the book itself to the identity of the author mystery is the name of the game. I liked it.
The plot was interesting and entertaining. You think that the mystery is solved in the beginning. At least the police think so. Everything twists and turns so much I had no idea how it was going to end up. I was very pleasantly surprised by the ending. It showed great ingenuity on the author’s part.
The main character was intriguing. The story was moved along by the great cast of characters. Whether it was friends or foe, minor or major. All character were distinct and had their roles to play.
The Sand – The pacing was off just slightly in some places.