Outside In is the second part of the series that combines romance and fantasy in a great teen fiction book.
Outside In is the second part of the series that combines romance and fantasy in a great teen fiction book.

Book review: Outside In

OUTSIDE IN

Author: Maria V. Snyder

Publisher: Harlequin Teen

RRP: $19.99

 

IN Inside Out we were introduced to the world of the scrubbers who spend their lives keeping the tunnels below the cities above clean for the Uppers.

In the second part of the series we meet once again with Trella who has a whole new set of problems since the last encounter.

A new world now exists beyond the Cube and when the rebellion finally comes to a half there were few left to tell the tale.

Now the Scrubbers are free. Led by Trella, Logan and a motley crew of resistors they are setting their sights on obtaining the secrets to the upper levels.

Of course Trella is more than hoping to once again hook up with Riley who stole her heart.

Life is changing so fast now she has to worry about who she can trust.

On the "Outside" the world is different; she no longer feels as safe as she did underground.

The Outside is a frightening place to be when you don't know who to turn to, and something or someone wants in.

Outside In is great teen fiction as always from Maria V. Snyder, who combines romance and fantasy wonderfully.

She spins a tale that will not only keep teenagers glued to the pages but it is a really enjoyable read for the young at heart also.



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