Book Review: Unplugged by P.D. Quaver

Title: Unplugged
Author: P.D.Quaver
Pages: 263

Book Description:

What would happen if some modern kids were forced to live without their modern devices?

The teens enrolled in ‘The Natural Path’–a school for device-addicted kids run by the smooth but vaguely sinister Dr. Zarkov–quickly find out when the school turns out to be nothing but a front for an elaborate kidnapping plot. Trapped on a remote tropical island and facing what looks like certain death, they will have to band together if they hope to defeat their ruthless captors. But it will still take all their ingenuity just to survive…

A realistically detailed and thrilling story by novelist P.D. Quaver which will appeal to young adults (13 and over).

My review:

I don’t read many books for this age range but I enjoyed every page of this book. It’s a great story with a fascinating and realistic plot and it’s easy to get sucked in from the first few pages. I found it hard to put down as I wanted to see how the teens would navigate the situation they found themselves unwittingly involved in. There’s a bit of humor, a lot of adventure and excitement within the pages of Unplugged. Highly recommend and look forward to reading other books by this author.

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