She adores Chloe and will do anything she says. Finn tries to grow a conscientious but allows Chloe to talk her out of it. Really I am dissapointed by this book. I wanted to know what would happen after Chloe was “found” and if the police would buy their story. And the twists at the end were worthy of an adult mystery novel. Actual real, present and developed parents!
Accomplice is about best friends Finley and Chloe, two determined teenagers willing to do whatever it takes to guarantee an admission to the most prestigious colleges. Still this novel has some very interesting things to explore about decisions and consequences, especially upon the innocent. Basically I got slightly bored while reading this book – I already knew what was happening because I had read the summary, and the other events in the book that happen because of this ‘kidnapping’ are pretty predictable – police searches, upset friends. It was easy to read and one of those books that you just had to keep reading a bit more. I love mystery and crime books, so for me, this book was good, but I believed it could be bet When I first found the book I was already very intrigued from the book cover. I rated this book a 4 out of 5. She runs into Dean and finds out that the reason the police were so suspicious was that Chloe had left a bag of bloody clothes in his car. Why mention clucking chickens?
She was a special character. And why do they do this?
She runs into Dean and finds out that the reason the police were so suspicious was that Chloe had left a bag of bloody clothes in his car. I love the conflicts that grow in this book, and all that I wish is that we could have seen more of the aftermath. But that day, I could see her from all the way down by the mailboxes. I would like to read a part 2 of this book.
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But overall, this book was enjoyable. They are feeling the pressure, and desperate times call for desperate measures – they devise a maniacal scheme that will attract media attention.
Anyway, aside from the similes, the plot was anticlimactic and the narrator had no discernible personality. Great book discussion book. I have to criticize on the book a bit. Then I found out her name was Finley, and went by Finn so then I thought she was a he due to the name another assumption and then I just settled with Finn being a girl because of the way she spoke, the friends she hung out with.
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Finn and Chloe are best friends, and both are worried about accompilce they are going to make it to the ivy leagues. Shepard, Sara, Published: Who turns out to be the most admirable will not surprise you.
The ending was what I expected; it was not surprising at all. Chloe, who is the teen who disappears, dominates Finn, the co-conspirator. They can’t do this to Dean.
The plot of this book is brilliant. High acccomplice juniors and best friends Finn and Chloe hatch a daring plot to fake Chloe’s disappearance from their rural New Jersey town in order to have something compelling to put on their college applications, but unforeseen events complicate matters. I spent most of my high school years occupied by Academic Decathlon, and I certainly knew some incredible overachievers who balanced ridiculous loads of AP classes, extracurricular clubs and competitions, volunteer work, music lessons, SAT prep, etc.
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How will the nightmare EVER end? That’s not to say there wasn’t a little romantic interest but it didn’t take over the story or the characters.
A boy named Dean liked Chloe and Chloe liked him. Accomplice is a book that will make you think, and corrigab that will make you question trust and loyalty. I could even believe it more if it was just two bored teens hatching a plot just to see if they could get away with it. I give major kudos to the author for creating such an original story and making it work. For instance, Corrigan describes the mother, but is repetitive and confusing. Chloe hid and Finn went to save her.
They put their parents, friends and town through utter hell, and never seem to fully realise the extent of what they’re doing. I liked how Finn felt invisible, the one cut out from the frame. Finn’s the one who’s having to deal with all the questions, the police, the media, their parents and classmates; pretending like she’s just as worried and concerned with Chloe being missing, when in reality she knows Chloe’s hiding out in Finn’s grandma’s basement reading trashy novels and eating junk food.
When the jacket cover said that there would be complications, i thought that Chloe was actually going to be eieeann or murdered, but it was more about the psychological aspects of what the girls did, and I think that it was very well written.
It’s also interesting to watch Finn realize that her best-friend and her family eireann as perfect as Finn always thought.
The main theme of the book is that Chloe and Finley were both high school students.