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Double Digit (2014)

by Annabel Monaghan(Favorite Author)
3.54 of 5 Votes: 6
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Digit
review 1: Yayayayayayyay!I had a lot of 'firsts' with this series.1. First book that used my favorite subject: Math!2. First book where the main character wasn't unrealistically brave.3. First book that raised environmental awareness in a way that wasn't obvious.4. First book that I actually understand the terrorist group. Well....until the crazy came out.5. First book with chapter titles that I actually stop to read because they are so great.Not a First:The quote that made my day.John: "'Digit, can you give me any reason in the world why the NSA may want you for questioning about espionage?"Digit: Oh shit "I can explain."My fellow readers..... welcome to......NERD-VANA
review 2: First of all, I remember really enjoying A Girl Named Digit. I also remember really liking t
... morehe chemistry between Digit and John. Other than that, I don't really remember anything else. I should really have picked up A Girl Named Digit again before reading Double Digit.But I didn't, so going into Double Digit I was pretty blind.Digit is such an interesting unique character. Her brilliance is great to read about (although some of her thinking I didn't quite understand). I thought that Annabel Monaghan did a great job making Digit both brilliant and realistic. As I said above, I remember really liking the chemistry between Digit and John in A Girl Named Digit. But it felt like that same chemistry was missing in Double Digit. I never felt as if the two of them belonged together.The mystery has ties to A Girl Named Digit which (again) I really should have reread it before diving into Double Digit. And that is probably the only reason that I was confused in parts of the book. The plot moves very quickly. You are introduced again to Digit, and the entire story line is wrapped up in less than 200 pages. I thought that the fast pace of the story was refreshing after all of the 400+ page books that I had been reading. But there is also the element of making me feel as if I am reading a Middle Grade book. Not Young Adult. (Although some of the topics in the book would be classified as Young Adult).My mistake is not re-reading A Girl Named Digit. If I hadn't made that mistake I probably would have enjoyed Double Digit a lot more. And my only big problem was I wasn't feeling Digit and John's chemistry. So this was a pretty good sequel. Just not one of the best. less
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bigheaded
Fun read. The first book is flying off my classroom library shelves an this one will too.
sonali
Sooooo there won't be a third book? :( if so, then this is a pretty...unusual ending
sherry
Even though I was disappointed with the ending, I can't wait to read the next one!
taliesingwyddno
Noooooooooooooooooooooo she can't end it like that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
WoodenSoul
HELL NO. NO, JUST NO.
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