Sunday, September 14, 2008

Admission by Travis Thrasher: a short review

Admission Admission by Travis Thrasher

My review

rating: 4 of 5 stars
Even though the plot in this book is extreme... I can completely seeing it happening with my friends from the small college I went to. I think that this is a definite read for all those kids who just want to party and don't realize what can happen. If only they could learn from other peoples mistakes before making their own. I definitely recommend this book to any college kid.

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The author of Gun Lake and The Second Thief is back with a riveting tale of how buried mistakes can resurface at any time. Adventure Company entrepreneur Jake Rivers gets a call from the parents of a woman who has disappeared and who was last seen with Alec, Jake’s best friend from college. The girl’s parents believe she is hiding out with Alec, but Jake hasn’t heard from him in 10 years. Jake’s moved on from his college days, but the memories of what he’s tried to forget—a friend’s suicide, an enemy’s mysterious disappearance— keep surfacing. Someone wants to keep him from discovering what really happened.

published 2006 by Moody Publishers
binding Paperback
isbn 0802486711 (isbn13: 9780802486714)
pages 304

1 comments and creative thoughts:

Amy said...

Sounds good...Isolation was the first book by him I read.

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