All Fall Down by Ally Carter
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I spent the first three-quarters complaining about how it wasn't as good as Gallagher Girls, and the last quarter remembering that in fact I had exactly the same problems with the last few Gallagher Girls books.
It wasn't bad, and there was a lot I liked about it (Grace is very well-written at times), although the twist was rather obvious. I do wish it hadn't been the beginning of a series, though. I think without that it would have been quite a good book, but I can't see this series going anywhere good.
Ah, well. I guess I'll reread Gallagher Girls.
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