Friday, November 13, 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Charlotte Aimes by Libby O'Loghlin


When it comes to reality aversion, Charlotte Aimes rules unrivalled. Sent to a new school after the death of her mother, she has no interest in playing the popularity game. Not for her childhood friend, Lyla; not even for the magnetic RenĂ© Adler. In Charlotte’s book, survival is about being online … and trying to keep her big mouth shut. 

But when Winter sets in and Old Sami goes missing, Charlotte starts asking questions. Who’s in Old Sami’s house? What’s with the jars of powder? And who exactly is the Wannabe Ninja? Out of range, halfway up a mountain with a killer on her trail and a kidnapped friend on her conscience, Charlotte knows going it alone is a really dumb idea. But who can you turn to when you've burned all your bridges?

REVIEW BY: Angel, age 13 years


This book took awhile to get to the plot so it was a little hard for me to read in the beginning. 

My favorite character is Ren because he is funny. My favorite part is when they sneak into old Sami's place because it is mysterious. 

I recommend this book to people that need a book to cuddle up with on a rainy day. 

I give this book 3 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 9 and up.