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Pass It On Book Review

Pass It On Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Read Kidzworld's review of Pass It On, a fast-paced and entertaining read by Jonathan Minter.

Author: Jonathan Minter

The second installment of the Insiders series finds wealthy high school student Jonathan and his four equally rich friends dealing with more teenage dating and drama in New York City.

Life in the Big Apple

Jonathan's smooth life has just turned upside down. His dad has decided to remarry a fabulously wealthy woman who can help him out with his money troubles - it turns out he cheated all of Jonathan's friends' parents out of megabucks! Jonathan's mom doesn't want to deal with the headache of it all, so she takes off on a vacation to Paris, leaving Jonathan to fend for himself while house-hopping from Arno's to David's to Patch's to Mickey's.

Pssst... I've Got a Secret

Meanwhile, all the guys are dealing with regular teenage stuff, like hot chicks, hot cars and hot parties. Arno's met the girl of his dreams, David's girlfriend is cheating on him, Patch has taken off to go sailing with a girl he likes, Mickey is facing ANOTHER break-up with his GF and Jonathan is just trying hard to keep his family secret hidden. But rumors are already spreading fast - will Jonathan's friends find out his secret and betray him or find it in their hearts to forgive him?


The Bottom Line

Pass It On has it all - friendship, forgiveness, first love - all from a guy's point-of-view! It's a fast-paced and entertaining book, so be sure to make it a must-read this summer.


Pass it On Rating: 5


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