Every Second Counts

Every Second Counts The heart stopping sequel to Split Second Nat and Charlie are on the run and in danger than ever Nowhere is safe for Charlie and Nat They have each other but Roman Riley s networks could reach them

  • Title: Every Second Counts
  • Author: Sophie McKenzie
  • ISBN: 9781471116025
  • Page: 489
  • Format: ebook
  • Every Second Counts

    The heart stopping sequel to Split Second Nat and Charlie are on the run, and in danger than ever .Nowhere is safe for Charlie and Nat They have each other, but Roman Riley s networks could reach them at any time Charlie believes the only option is to go undercover in Riley s team, and sneaks away from Nat to pursue her plan alone Nat is desperate to find CharThe heart stopping sequel to Split Second Nat and Charlie are on the run, and in danger than ever .Nowhere is safe for Charlie and Nat They have each other, but Roman Riley s networks could reach them at any time Charlie believes the only option is to go undercover in Riley s team, and sneaks away from Nat to pursue her plan alone Nat is desperate to find Charlie, but his family are in danger and Riley is coming ever closer Even if Nat and Charlie can find each other again, could being together be even dangerous than being apart .

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    1. Sarah

      3.5 starsIt is impossible to review Every Second Counts without including major spoilers for the previous book so please don't read this review unless you've already read Split Second (you can always find my review of that HERE if you haven't - it's a fantastic start to the series that I would highly recommend). So, if you're still reading I'm going to assume you've already read the first book & if you haven't it's entirely your own fault if you end up ruining the series for yourself!As we s [...]

    2. 15PattarE

      I prefer split second but this book is still equally as exciting and captivating, I recommend this book a lot, but read split second first.

    3. 15HillG

      I found this book better than the first one and I was left on cliffhangers that I couldn’t stop reading. It was different to the first book but still enjoyed it thoroughly

    4. Eva Najeh

      I thought it's going to end in a bad why andI will hate this book really bad, but Suddenly it didn't .at was a really good ending .I love it , worth reading it =)

    5. Louise Aspinall

      Check out my review on: bonfirebooks.wordpress/201This book, much like the first, was disappointing. I still struggled to connect to any of the characters as I didn’t feel like they were real people. I found the beginning of the book very slow and the traditional start of a simple story arc. However, towards the end the action and “suspense” picked up, but unfortunately, the plot was over developed and there was too much going on. This cause me to get extremely confused at times and I real [...]

    6. Whizzy

      Great read would definitely recommend it. It is the sequel to ‘Split Second‘ and picks up protagonists Nat and Charlie on the run and joining up with a resistance movement in order to try to expose evil politician Roman Riley, before he wins the upcoming general election.It’s very similar to the first in the series, in that it is told in the first person with short chapters alternating between Nat and Charlie’s point of view. As with the first book, I found this device made the plot fast [...]

    7. 15SolankiK

      I think this book was very similar to the first but only written by a different character in the book. I thought it was quite predictable but i enjoyed reading it.

    8. Anna

      Thanks to NetGalley and Simon and Schuster for the ARC of this book.This book is a new addition to the ever increasing YA sub-genre ‘militarised teenagers save the world’. It is the sequel to ‘Split Second‘ and picks up protagonists Nat and Charlie on the run and joining up with a resistance movement in order to try to expose evil politician Roman Riley, before he wins the upcoming general election.It’s very similar to the first in the series, in that it is told in the first person wit [...]

    9. Renee

      Every Second Counts is an action packed, non-stop adventure, mystery/thriller and romance. This story will keep you on the edge of your seat until you finish the very. last. page!It's the second book in the series; the sequel to In A Split Second. While this book can be read as a stand alone novel, I wouldn't recommend it. I would recommend reading the books in order as Every Second Counts starts right off where the first book ended and it can get confusing if you if you haven't read In A Split [...]

    10. Louise Fligman

      Gripping, a real page-turner and thoroughly enjoyable!It has been a good few months since I read Split Second and was very excited to read Every Second Counts. I liked the fact that it gave a little summary of all that had happened in the previous book and stated where the characters were now. It was a very gripping novel and what I really like about Sophie McKenzie's writing style is that she switches between the perspectives of two characters, much like in Blood Ties and Blood Ransom. The tens [...]

    11. Kulsuma

      Every Second Counts, the sequel to Split Second, picks up where the first book finishes. We follow Nat and Charlie on the run. Branded terrorists, they are down but not out as they are trying to find the resistance movement. I don't want to say too much in fear of spoilers, however, Every Second Counts was just as good as Split Second. It has the same intensity that grips you and doesn't let go until you've finished the whole book. The level of danger, however, increased tenfold in Every Second [...]

    12. Bromley High School Library

      The sequel to Split Second continues the fast-paced adventure and really ramps up the tension as Charlie and Nat go on the run and take on charismatic but dangerous politician/terrorist Riley. It wasn't quite as enjoyable as the first book, partly because of. the twists and layers as the truth about Riley was revealed and the development of the relationship between Charlie and Nat, which in this sequel is put on hold somewhat. The political situation is quite scary as it is set in the near futur [...]

    13. Lorraine Baker

      In the second book in the series - Every Second Counts, Charlie and Nat are on the run after being accused (falsely) of being terroists. They go on the run and join a resistance group in order to expose an evil politician before he can win the election.Again the book was faced paced and easy to read and ended with a satisfying conclusion. For me it was more enjoyable as it left out all the romantic slushy stuff which normally spoils the story in my view. All in all a good books that I would high [...]

    14. Rachael

      A good conclusion, a thriller through the streets of London, find out what happens with all the characters. Not as good as the first book though, this one was a lot of running backwards and forwards but it didn't feel rushed.It does make you think though, there's a lot of talk recently about random parties popping up all over the place, some more extremist than others, but if the economy becomes very bad in the future, could this be a possible future? Very thought-provoking. Politics of the futu [...]

    15. Sophie

      I really annoyed the first book and was obviously really excited to return to this world and see some awesome character developmentI found it very annoying and repetitive Plus there were a few spelling mistakes, a lot of grammatical errors and even some punctuational errors!Good idea for a way for the story to go but the end felt extremely rushed and I feel as if the whole novel could have been executed in a better way.

    16. Rachel

      This was an absolutely fantastic book. I have no idea why but Sophie mckenzie's books are just so hard to put down!!! I read this under 12 hours and just kept reading and reading. It was fast paced which I liked and had loads of surprises along the way. Such an enjoyable book! I loved reading it!!!!!

    17. Rosie

      A pretty good book once you get into it, but I felt that the only character i could connect with was Spider. Also, the plot got very confusing and hard to follow in the 2nd half of the book. But the plot was good overall and it was full of action ^-^

    18. Dani (Pen to Paper)

      Probably more of a 3.5 rating, but giving it a 3 seemed too harsh, so four it is. Overall, this was really good, but I didn't like it quite as much as the first one. Full review coming soon.

    19. Lucy May

      I really enjoyed this book as it was fast paced, adventurous, mysterious and interesting all at the same time. I couldnt put it down and i read it within a few days.

    20. Melanie

      An interesting fast paced read. If you like Hunger Games, give this series a go. Political twists a plenty, page turning action - that sometimes had me scared to turn the page.

    21. Mhairi

      WOW brilliant sequel to the first book, characters received a bit more development which was fun, plot was equally as good as the first.Really enjoyed it!!

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