Review Copies Available: Code Red (Faith Flores Science Mystery #2) by Janie Chodosh!
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Author Janie Chodosh is offering review copies of: Code Red for interested bloggers. This review tour will run February through April. Bloggers will receive an e-copy of the book and will have until the end of April to post their review(s) on Amazon and their blog. This is different from a blog tour as there will be no set schedule, bloggers must review on their own time (before the end of the deadline). If you would like to participate, please fill out the form below. Please note that signing up will not guarantee you a review copy. Selected bloggers will be notified by email.
**Though Code Red is the second in the series, you do not need to read book one before reading it!**
Code Red (Faith Flores Science Mystery #2) by Janie Chodosh Genre: YA Mystery Release Date: February 7th 2017 Poisoned Pen Press Summary from Goodreads: After nailing the murderer of her addict mom and proving that her detractors are full of it, seventeen-year-old Faith Flores is back for another kick-ass science mystery. She's proud to be chosen for a summer internship at a research lab in Santa Fe, New Mexico, but once she arrives, complications abound. For one thing, Santa Fe is the birthplace of the father she's never met, and for another, she clashes with a local environmentalist trying to pull the plug on the genetically modified chiles her new boss is engineering. She and violin prodigy, Clem, learn of a new teen drug called liquid gold while discreetly researching the family angle. The chip on Faith's shoulder is still there, but so is her determination to uncover the truth when a girl she meets at a party dies from an overdose of liquid gold.
Previous book in the series (click on image for Goodreads link):
About the Author
To write for teens, listen to teens.
I have been listening to teens and young-adults for most of my adult life. As a middle school and high school teacher, I am immersed in the voices of young people. Daily, I listen to their irony and wit, their drama and humor. It is these voices that fuel my desire to write for young adults.
Besides being a writer and a teacher, I am a mom, an avid outdoors person, reader, observer of life, and a scientist wannabe. However, since I realized I only liked to muck around in the field in cool places and would never actually be a scientist, I married one.
When not writing, I like to hang out with my family, rock climb, try to grow a garden in the arid southwest, bird watch, travel, and attempt to play Klezmer music on my violin.