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  1. says: Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1

    Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free I started this wanting something full of mystery fun and just plain and simple something different I got all those things with this read and

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    Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Summary É E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sherry D. Ficklin Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review This is my book so of course I love it I appreciate all honest reviews Hope you enjoy Playing With Fire

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    Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free Enjoyable mystery storyAfter the death of her mother Farries and her father move to another base Both need a fresh start in their life and Farries’s conversations with her father on this ground is beautifulThere at the new base Farries starts making new friends with people who are like her That is when the mystery starts The way Farries solves the mystery and even starts suspecting her new friends and her feelings a

  4. says: Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review Summary É E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sherry D. Ficklin

    Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free Summary É E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sherry D. Ficklin Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review Farris and her Dad are in dire need of a new beginning Especially since last year her mum died her friends turne

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    Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free I enjoyed this story because I could really relate to having two amazing boys fight over me in high school Oh nowait That wasn't me Even so it's certainly a fantasy many can appreciate What I actually DID relate to was the

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    Summary É E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sherry D. Ficklin Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free 🎁 FREE on today 5102019 🎁

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    Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review I'd like to thank Clean Teen Publishing for providing me with a copy of this book to read and give an honest review Receiving this book for free has in no way altered my opinion or reviewI have long been a fan of Sherry Ficklin's writing I truly have enjoyed her Extracted series and The Stolen Empire So of course given the opportunity to read of her work I jumped on boardI haven't ever read a hacker type nov

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    Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free Sherry's new series is just plain amazing I love that this series is full of technology I love technology and its the field I work in besides b

  9. says: Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free

    Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 E–pub Free This YA novel centers on Farris Burnett a teenage hacker whose father is a Marine Corps officer The story begins as he assumes command of Cherry Point air base and she enrolls in a new high school When someone hacks the base computers and begins wreaking havoc Farris sets out to find the culpritFarris has a strong voice a

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    Read Playing with Fire #Hacker #1 Summary É E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Sherry D. Ficklin Sherry D. Ficklin ☆ 9 Review So this was one of those books that I enjoyed but it really didn't capture me You know the ones that you just don't uite connect with the MC and the pacing just doesn't uite work for you I'm than a little certain this is just me as I can imagine any kid who grew up on base would enjoy this uite a lot Just for me it didn't hit the

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This is my book so of course I ove it I appreciate all honest reviews Hope you enjoy Playing With Fire I enjoyed this story because I could really relate to having two amazing boys fight over me in high school Oh nowait That wasn t me Even so it s certainly a fantasy many can appreciate What I actually DID relate to was the way Sherry presents military Doing Democracy in Indigenen Gemeinschaften life It s spot on and the details of the housing situation and the pressures and uncertainty of aife filled with change and worry made it feel realAs with other reviewers I also figured out who the bad egg was pretty early on but it didn t stop my enjoyment of reading to the end There was always that possibility of a what if switcheroo so that kept me on my toes Also there was just enough tech talk to make it believable without being boringI oved the development of the relationship between Farris and her dad and the fact that she knew about the tech world than he did Pretty realistic I thinkPlaying With Fire is a fun fast read with just enough snark in the dialogue to make me giggle Sherry s new series is just plain amazing I ove that this series is full of technology I Stop Whining--and Start Winning love technology and its the field I work in besides books So two in one is perfect for meAnyhowFarris and her dad has just moved once again She is used to moving after all its a common thing with the air force But this time its different This time its just her and her dad She s still dealing with theoss of her mom a new home a new school its all a Charlie and the Christmas Kitty lot for Farris And to make it harder she s still trying to get the trust back from her dad So hopefully everything will become better soon They arrive at their new home start unpacking and get ready for tomorrow In the morning Farris goes to school and her dad heads off to work Right away things get moving She makes friends uick This guy has an interest in her but she can t really figure him out just yet She s making plans to hang out with these new friends and school seems to be going pretty well Then technical issues have been happening All the blame has gone onto her dad So Farris has decided she is going to get to the bottom of things She will put her skills to use and figure out whats going on and hopefully stop themOverall I justoved this book I ate it all up within a day and a half Work got in the way And I just can t wait to dive into the next book I started this wanting something full of mystery fun and just plain and simple something different I got all those things with this read and I m happy to report enjoyed this so much than I was expecting tooThis really was well written and held so true to what I feel someone Il sale della vita like Farris should be with the way she grew up and the challenges and struggles that Farris and her Dad are in dire need of a new beginning Especially sinceast year her mum died her friends turned her back on her and her dad has been iving One brilliant young hackerOne experimental government aircraftOne chance to keep it all from going up in flamesStill recovering from her troubled past Farris is no stranger to change But when the military transfers her father across the country to an experimental aircraft suadron settling in to

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T been present and the guys had just been her friends I would have been ok with thatOverall I really enjoyed this book It s a short and uick read I finished in ess than 24 hours Even those who don t understand the technologies of the computer world will appreciate Farris abilities with the computer and the friendships she forms during this book So this was one of those books that I enjoyed but it really didn t capture me You know the ones that you just don t uite connect with the MC and the pacing just doesn t uite work for you I m than a ittle certain this is just me as I can imagine any kid who grew up on base would enjoy this uite a ot Just for me it didn t hit the right points to make me engrossed Plus there was a The Nine of Us love triangle and some almost insta crushing that made me aittle ess interested But Farris was well drawn and I particularly iked her relationship with her dad which felt comfortable and protective In the end this wasn t exactly my type of novel but I can definitely see others enjoying it Enjoyable mystery storyAfter the death of her mother Farries and her father move to another base Both need a fresh start in their Hiding in the Bathroom life and Farries s conversations with her father on this ground is beautifulThere at the new base Farries starts making new friends with people who areike her That is when the mystery starts The way Farries solves the mystery and even starts suspecting her new friends and her feelings at that are so beautifully brought out that I felt that the scenes were naturalLoved the uick paced spy story FREE on today 5102019 This YA novel centers on Farris Burnett a teenage hacker whose father is a Marine Corps officer The story begins as he assumes command of Cherry Point air base and she enrolls in a new high school When someone hacks the base computers and begins wreaking havoc Farris sets out to find the culpritFarris has a strong voice and the secondary characters are complex and interesting Overall the writing is good but the book could have used better editing The author uses principal in a context that calls for principle and there are a few confusing sentencesThe main problem with the novel is the plot structure The hacking problem begins almost halfway into the story Everything up to that point involves Farris s The Perils of Pursuing a Prince (Desperate Debutantes, life her dead mom her somewhat distant relationship with her father the unfair ostracism she faced at herast high school the challenge of making friends at the new one the dilemma of The Barracks Thief and Selected Stories liking two guys who hate each other The characters introduced in the first half do play important roles in the hacking plot but the author could have told readers what they needed to know in half the spaceThe upshot is that Playing With Fire is teen high school drama than it is thriller This might not be a problem for the novel s teen audience but the book descriptioned me to expect suspense and Becca and the Prisoners Cross (The Copernicus Legacy less romance. Nd the fleet at any costWhen all signsead to someone close to her as the mastermind Farris will have to burn than bridges to get to the truth She will have to risk her fragile new ife to uncover the identity of the cyber criminal before they can escalate from harmless tampering to all out murd.

N his job Farris s dad is in the military and they are moving to a new base When Farris arrives she meets a group of misfits and for the first time in a ong time finds herself fitting in If only it were that easy as her Dad is feeling the pressure at work and someone is trying to mess with the base and the planes Farris knows she can help as computers are her thing but what happens when she starts to dig and finds out her new friends could be suspects When one of the threats causes harm to her Dad Farris steps up her game and skills to find the real hacker and person behind the threat What will happen though when she soon Dare Mighty Things learns that she can t trust anyone especially not the nerd next door Reid Can Farris save the day and her father s job at the base Find out in Playing with Fire A fun fast paced YA novel filled with hacking computers and adventures and not to mention an awesome spy girl feel Fans of Shannon Greenland s Spy Specialists and Ally Carters Gallagher Girl series willove Sherry D Ficklin s Hackers I d ike to thank Clean Teen Publishing for providing me with a copy of this book to read and give an honest review Receiving this book for free has in no way altered my opinion or reviewI have ong been a fan of Sherry Ficklin s writing I truly have enjoyed her Extracted series and The Stolen Empire So of course given the opportunity to read of her work I jumped on boardI haven t ever read a hacker type novel before So I was interested to see where this one went I thought there would be computer stuff in it but it wasn t as much as I thought and I was happy about that I m not completely technical and didn t want to be Her Outback Protector (Men of the Outback lostIike how Ficklin did the world building in this one I m not very familiar with the military and how they Eternal Quest live I ve heard bout families moving around aot so it was interested to see it from the perspective of a teen I guess you would call Farris a military brat from what I understand She s moved around a bit during her The Widows Little Secret life with her father being a high ranking officer and all And Farris has known tragedy in herife Resurrection Year losing her mother at a young age and also being a victim of some bullying So she has some baggage that she carries with herIove the friends she makes at school Such a The Fire Within (Rockford Fire Department large range from cheerleaders and football players to goth dressers and geeks She doesn t care who her friends are asong as they are her friendsI will say that I figured out early on who the person causing the glitches was But it didn t stop me from wanting to see how things played out And I iked the way Farris pieced the puzzle together Of course this wouldn t be a teen book without some romance I will say I felt ike the romance jumped in a bit too fast I would have Tame an Older Man (Harlequin American Romance, liked a bit of a slow burn And there is the hint of aove triangle which I m not really a fan of Overall the romance was really of a side bar for me If it hadn. New Treacherous Is the Night (Verity Kent, life is theeast of her problems As a series of apparent computer glitches threaten the security of the fleet and the blame falls on her father she decides to put her computer skills to use digging up the truth Soon she’s drawn into the perilous world of a hacker who is determined to grou.

Sherry is the author of over a dozen novels for teens and young adults including the best selling Stolen Empire series She can often be found browsing her local bookstore with a large white hot chocolate in one hand and a towering stack of books in the other That is unless she's on deadline at which time she like the Loch Ness monster is only seen in blurry photographsSherry also writes contemporary romance under the pen name SJ Noble You can find her at her official website