Far Gone

10 Apr

far gone

Far Gone by Laura Griffin




A moment’s hesitation, a second of compassion mixed with doubt, causes Andrea’s career to derail.  While on leave pending an official investigation, Andrea gets a call from her kid brother who needs money.  While that’s nothing new, Andrea soon finds that her brother might be involved in terrorist activities.  Unable to believe that of him she struggles to uncover the truth while clearing her brother’s name.  Andrea’s love interest comes in the form of an FBI agent, Jon North.


I thoroughly enjoyed this book.  It was interesting and the main characters were well developed and realistic.  This was not a book I obsessed about, nor was it one that I was unable to put down.  Still it was entertaining and I am glad I read it.


There is some graphic profanity and some sexuality.  Because of this I would not recommend it to my middle school students.  Their high school siblings, however, will enjoy it.


I obtained a free copy of this e-book from www.netgalley.com.

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