When Logan Langly backed out of getting the Mark and went on the run, no one thought he could survive on his own. Without the Mark, you can't buy food, bot to the doctor, or use a tablet-you aren't even a citizen.Overall Thoughts:
But when he discovers that his sister is being held in a mysterious hidden prison named Acheron, Logan risks everything to travel through and underground network of the Markless to rescue her. Logan arrives only to find that Acheron holds more secrets than anyone could have guessed and that all his careful planning is worthless against a government that will do anything to gain absolute control. It seems there is only one place to turn. But can a banned book with whisper-this pages and warnings about the real meaning of the Mark really hold the Answer?
This book picks up right where Swipe left off and doesn't disappoint!
Sneak is still centered on the very young Logan Langly who becomes a lot more active in this installment. At the end of Swipe, Logan has decided not to get the Mark on his 13th birthday and ran away from the Center. He finds out that his older sister, Lily, the one who disappeared 5 years prior, was still very much alive and living in a secret prison. Despite the obvious risks, Logan travels alone in search of her...
What I liked about this book:
This was such an easy read to get lost in! My favorite thing about this novel is that even though Logan is a relatively young boy, he has so much drive and passion that can instantly be felt through the pages! It was easy to see how much love he still had for his sister, even after so many years had passed. *Tear*
Because this is a "on the run" novel, twists and turns are slightly necessary and honestly, there are some major surprises that the reader does not expect at all, which is good! Plus, the cover is absolutely epic!
What I disliked about this book:
There's a switch in point of view in each chapter which I didn't like all too much but it wasn't that big of a deal. I definitely preferred the 3rd person point of view in Swipe though.
Easily enjoyable read and definitely recommend to anyone looking for a good dyspotian novel!