So when Sierra says Jacob Jones is the one and asks her friends to cover for her while she goes to meet him for the first time, Taylor rolls her eyes.
But Sierra doesn't come back when she said she would. One day. Two days. Three . . .
What if Taylor’s worrying for nothing? What if Sierra’s just being Sierra, forgetting about everyone else to spend time with her new guy?
When Taylor finally tells Sierra’s mum that her daughter is missing, Taylor and her friends are thrown into a dark world they never even knew existed.Can Taylor find Sierra’s abductor in time? Or should she be looking for a killer?’
You are covering for your friend. She does not show up at the allotted time. She’s late. She’s always late. This is not the first time this has happened. Time passes and she still doesn't show. When do you tell? Who do you tell?
This is a great story about the risks young people take, their friendships and their jealousies. The characters are realistic and the dialogue spot on. The relationships between the friends would be instantly recognisable among any young adult group in high school.
Risk is a gripping tale, and unfortunately a true one that we hear about on the nightly news bulletins. A must read for all teenagers.
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