Review: Drop of Doubt by C.L. Stone

Posted 18 February, 2015 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Drop of Doubt by C.L. StoneDrop of Doubt by C.L. Stone
Series: The Ghost Bird Series #5
Publisher: Arcato Publishing on January 22, 2014
Source: Purchased
Pages: 448
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Sang Sorenson and the Academy boys return to Ashley Waters High School but before they get a chance to even settle in, Sang’s life is threatened by an anonymous caller.

They retreat to the protective walls of the Morgan estate, a safe house for when the boys are under fire. But when new threats can break through those barriers that once kept them secure, it leaves Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Gabriel, Luke and North rushing to figure out who is hunting them.

But when you’re fighting a ghost who seems to know all your secrets, retreating is no longer an option.

The Academy, Deceptively Strategic

Here Are My Thoughts

Check out my review of Introductions (The Ghost Bird Series #1)
Check out my review of First Days (The Ghost Bird Series #2)
Check out my review of Friends vs. Family (The Ghost Bird Series #3)
Check out my review of Forgiveness and Permission (The Ghost Bird Series #4)

Now that Sang’s family problems have been dealt with for the most part, they boys have returned to Ashley Waters on their secret Academy mission. However, after Sang’s phone number is leaked into the school, Sang begins to get threatening anonymous calls, pushing Sang and the boys into lockdown mode.

There was a ton of action in this book! I think that this was the most suspenseful one yet—there is a masked stranger, threatening calls, the reappearance of some bullies, and a crazy girl who is bent on claiming one of the boys. There was so much going on that there was never a dull moment, but at the same time, the pace wasn’t too fast to keep up with. We get a bit more of a glimpse into the Academy, but, like the title said, there is a bit of doubt that is instilled into Sang. That’s the only thing that bothered me about this novel—how easily Sang began to doubt the boys that so obviously care for her. I got over it after a while, but it was a bit shocking to me to see it so clearly. Otherwise, it was another fabulous installment into The Ghost Bird Series.

4.5 Stars
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