Monday, July 8, 2013

Review of The Rules for Disappearing

Title: The Rules for Disappearing

Author: Ashley Elston

Series: The Rules for Disappearing
Chapters: 30

Pages: 312

Genre: teen chick lit

Rating: 4 ½ stars

     In The Rules for Disappearing Meg Jones not her real name is in the Witness Protection program because of something her father did or saw. At least that is what she thinks.  This new placement has them in a small town in Louisana Meg’s plan is to not get attached. But that plan falls to the wayside when she meets Ethan Landry. Ethan is your typical southern country farm boy complete with accent.

     Meg works up a plan to get her family out of the mess that they are in. Ethan also comes up with a plan who’s plan will actually work?

     The Rules for Disappearing is good book, I really enjoyed reading it. The ending was good, a good ending but also left it open for a possible sequel. For a mainstream teen novel it was really pretty clean. A few issues with swearing and other inapproiate teenage behavior. But still a good read. 

I was given an e-copy from netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 

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