Title: Scared Little Rabbits
Author: A.V. Geiger
Genre: YA, suspense
Rating: 4 out of 5
Nora was thrilled to be chosen for the Maker Project: three weeks at the elite Winthrop Academy where she’ll have the chance to put her coding skills to use on the dazzling new project she’s sure she’ll have an idea for. But everyone seems to know each other already and have formed their groups, and Nora’s left on the fringes, watching.
Until Maddox befriends her and they have a great idea for their project. But Maddox’s girlfriend is atop the hierarchy at the Maker Project and making her angry is the last thing Nora wants to do. Then someone winds up dead…and Nora is left wondering if anyone is who they say they are.
I’m not a huge social media person, but I can see where the InstaLove App would be hugely popular, especially for wallflowers like Nora. I liked her well enough, even if her social awkwardness was sometimes a bit much. Surely she wasn’t really that naïve? I enjoyed this book for what it was and read it in one sitting, but nothing in it was completely unexpected (except maybe the scene with Nora and the pool).
A.V. Geiger is an epidemiologist. Scared Little Rabbits is her newest novel.
(Galley courtesy of Sourcebooks Fire via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.)
2 thoughts on “Book Review: Scared Little Rabbits, by A.V. Geiger”
Eh, I like the title and the cover art but the plot doesn’t sound like my kind of thing. I’ve never really gotten into YA thrillers. Are there any other thrillers for young adults that you think might help me get into the subgenre? 🙂
I enjoyed the read, but it wasn’t completely unexpected. And I haven’t actually read any other YA thrillers I can think of at the moment, but I’ll try to come up with something.
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