Author: Vivi Barnes

Average Rating: 5


Review: Olivia Twisted by Vivi Barnes

Posted 22 October, 2013 by Gabbie in Review / 5 Comments
Review: Olivia Twisted by Vivi Barnes

Favorite Quote(s): “I take it and gently fasten it above her hand, then kiss the inside of her wrist. The one thing I have that means something to me now rests on the only person who means everything to me.” Favorite Character: Z. He has so many layers and I love every single one of them. First Line: “I should be used to this by now–the emptiness that fills me when I become homeless for the stretch of a car ride.” My Musings: When I saw this novel and read that it was a loose retelling of Oliver Twist, I just had to give it a try. The synopsis gave the feeling that this would be an epic read, and I mean, just look at the cover! Olivia Twisted follows Olivia, an orphan, as she is placed in yet another foster home. Olivia is used to it though–she believes that no one since her mom will ever love her, since the last foster parents that claimed to love her ditched her for Hawaii. So when computer-gifted Olivia attracts the attention of Sam and Z in their computer science class, Olivia is just thankful to have found a few friends. But Sam and Z are hiding a dangerous secret–they’re criminal hackers and they want to recruit Olivia into their hacking house. But as Z and Olivia get closer, Z starts to question the […]