Dark Secrets: No Time to Die & The Deep End of Fear
By Elizabeth Chandler
List Price: $16.99
Simon & Schuster, July 2010
Trade Paperback, 624 pages
No Time to Die
When Jenny plans to spend the summer undercover at the theatre camp where her sister was murdered she had no idea the drama would be quite so deadly. Still grieving and trying to cope with the loss of her sister, Liza, Jenny feels completely out of place on stage, unlike the rest of her theatrical family. But she is determined to understand why her sister was murdered, and more importantly, find out who killed her. So when Jenny thinks she hears Liza speaking to her, and suspects that someone might be following her, she is sure the truth will unfold…but, the drama that follows is even more twisted that she thought.
The Deep End of Fear
After her childhood best friend, Ashley, tragically drowns in an icy pond, Kate thought she was done with daring adventures for good. But now she has to return to her childhood home and it all comes flooding back. And the scary thing is, the neighbour that she's tutoring claims he can see Ashley…and, that she's been daring him to go on potentially fatal adventures. Can Kate face up to her childhood fears to stop history from repeating itself?
As with Miss Chandler's first Dark Secrets book, the second story was better than the first. I don't know what it is, but I found Kate's story far more interesting then Jenny's, even though both were exciting. I thought that Kate was naive with the way she just handed out information. I mean, people keep warning her not to trust people, to which she always replies, "I stopped trusting long ago," or something along those lines. And yet, every time Joseph or Adrian wants an update on the Patrick situation, she willingly spills it all without a second thought, to both of them!!! Other than that, it was a fantastic book.
No Time to Die was an equally exciting book, with an equally exciting plot. Look forward to the next book in the Dark Secrets series.
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