Review: The Impossible Engineers by M.J. Fletcher

Reading Level: Young Adult   Publication Date: 4/27/12
Chloe Masters’s world changes in a heartbeat and all she did was touch a doorknob.
James Nightshade has been on Chloe’s mind since the day she met him. Arrogant and frustrating, she thought she had put him behind her when she chose Michael Slade.

When the secret she is seeking leads to questions about the death of Nightshade’s former girlfriend, she has no chose but to bring him into the investigation. A move she will come to regret.

Danger awaits them around every corner as they search for answers. In the end a choice will need to be made, but is Chloe strong enough to make it?

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My Thoughts:
Yeah, so its official. I love this series! The Impossible Engineers was even better than the first book and that’s saying something because I really liked The Doorknob Society!

Just like the first book, this one is full of non-stop action. Chloe and her friends are constantly finding themselves in dangerous situations. I had a hard time setting this book down, because I was dying to know what would happen next.

Throughout most of this book Chloe’s trying to figure out her feelings for Nightshade. I’m Team Nightshade, so of course I was rooting for him and Chloe to be together instead of her and Slade. Speaking of Slade, I’m not real happy with his character right now because he does something really stupid in this book. I’m not going to say what he does, but it wasn’t cool!

I don’t want to say much else about this book because I don’t want to spoil anything, but I will say that overall I thought it was an excellent read and I would highly recommend it!

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My Rating:
5/5 Stars
*Book Source: Review Copy from Author

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