Review: The Inner Society by Melinda Louise Bohannon

By | October 3rd, 2014|Categories: Children's Books, Religious Fiction, Series, Suspense, Young Adult|Tags: , , , |2 Comments

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91Ovps5hJlL._SL1500_Reviewed by Sarah Lelonek

I usually enjoy picking out a book at random. I like not knowing the general plot and figuring things out for myself. However, I can’t say I had an enjoyable time reading The Inner Society by Melinda Louise Bohannon. While the novel may have been well-written, the subject matter and plot didn’t sit well with me.

Maggie Kraus comes from a family that’s seen its fair share of tragedy. When Maggie starts high school at the prestigious Norfolk High School, she knows it’s going to be an uphill battle. The most wealthy and privileged students in the country roam the halls of Norfolk High, and they’re not too accepting of outsiders to say the least. Maggie soon finds herself in a battle for her, literally, life as she tries to expose the Inner Society’s crimes.

I liked the premise of the book.