Book Review: Free to Fall

Book Review: Free to Fall

Diamond Cannady, Bibliophile

Book Review: Free to Fall

Recently, I read a book called Free to Fall by Lauren Miller. I decided to read this book because I enjoyed Lauren Miller’s last novel Parallel. The overall plot of this book combines suspense, mystery and futuristic technology. It is based off a sisteen-year-old girl who lived with a widowed remarried father and gets accepted into this prestigious two-year school in Massachusetts. Soon this young girl will learn the truth about her whole life and realize she has been living a lie. Also it’s the year 2030, so everyone is following this decision-making app that decides every life choice for them. My initial response is that it’s my favorite book now, and I’ll most definitely read it again. I really related well with with the book and the situation that the girl goes through within the story. In the book, this young girl find outs that her father isn’t her real father and a secret cult is behind her mother’s death. Many people can relate to not knowing their real parents or finding out horrible things that happened to a loved one. Strong points about this book is that it keeps the reader’s attention with plenty of plot twist and excitement. The only weak points in the book is at the beginning because the story starts off really slow and a little boring. Even with the slow start, I would tell everybody to go read the book. It’s really good.