A Girl Named Digit
Publish date: June 5th 2012
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 187
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Spy Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Series: Digit (#1)
A Girl Named Digit begins when Farrah ends up finding out a code for a terrorist attack. She's been hiding who she is all through out high school, so she could actually have a "normal" life, but all of that changes when she ends up having to use the FBI's help to stay alive. Along the way she and a ...
The book was fun enough so I gave 3 stars:) But I didn't actually connect with the characters especially Farrah and I feel that there is no thrill mystery:(
3.5/5 I've read a few fantastic reviews of this book and was really enthusiastic about reading Farrah's story. Add to it that YA spy novels is like crack to me (Ally Carter, I'm totally blaming you!), so of course I didn't hesitate to buy it.All in all, A Girl Named Digit is a nice book. I know that...
Normal girls watch TV shows and think "Gosh, he is such a babe," or "WHAT is she thinking?! Mauve top with that skirt - nuh uh!" Normal girls don't let their attention stray, and they certainly don't use their genius Maths-wired brain to play with a set of numbers that just so happen to appear in th...
This novel danced its way into my favourites. It manages, in its short length, to be discerning, fun, funny and adventurous. It also manages to subtly incorporate something more substantial than you would think given its length and tone.Digit has been trying to fit in all her life. Born with a geniu...