Thursday, January 10, 2019

Immoral Code by Lillian Clark

Immoral Code
by Lillian Clark

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers (February 19, 2019)
Publication Date: February 19, 2019
Genre: YA
Print Length: 320 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble


For Nari, aka Narioka Diane, aka hacker digital alter ego “d0l0s," it’s college and then a career at “one of the big ones," like Google or Apple. Keagan, her sweet, sensitive boyfriend, is happy to follow her wherever she may lead. Reese is an ace/aro visual artist with plans to travel the world. Santiago is off to Stanford on a diving scholarship, with very real Olympic hopes. And Bellamy? Physics genius Bellamy is admitted to MIT—but the student loan she’d been counting on is denied when it turns out her estranged father—one Robert Foster—is loaded.

Nari isn’t about to let her friend’s dreams be squashed by a deadbeat billionaire, so she hatches a plan to steal just enough from Foster to allow Bellamy to achieve her goals. 


Immoral Code by Lillian Clark

Immoral CodeAre you ready for characters that are flesh and blood, honest to goodness teens on a mission to prove that nothing is impossible if you care enough? How far would you go to help a friend who has been let down about one of the most important things in their lives? Do you have the confidence of youth to outsmart a successful corporate mogul? Could you hack your way into the financial funds of a wealthy and seemingly uncaring absentee father to provide his child with a well-deserved college education?

IMMORAL CODE by Lillian Clark is an adventure of a lifetime for a small group of friends determined to help one of their own fulfill a well-deserved dream. Get ready to melt into the world of teens, see the problem through their eyes and plunge right in, right or wrong, because the ends justify the means in their book. Be part of the planning, the execution and the results of a cleverly brilliant, yet highly illegal game of computer Robin Hood.

Witty banter, teen reasoning and the struggle against the dilemma they are putting themselves in, doing the wrong thing for the right reason, consequences be damned, because how could they get caught?

Quick reading, that races along, fabulous characters with more heart than brains sometimes, and there are some pretty big brains involved in this little caper. Absolutely loved this one!

I received a complimentary ARC edition from Random House Children's Books!

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