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Death by Midnight by Nicole Nadeau - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Anna Goode is a teenaged-genius with a secret—her homemade inventions that she only shares with her best friend, Jake. But when a shadowy figure kidnaps Anna’s parents, she is forced to help him carry out his mysterious plan. With her inventions and Jake by her side, Anna must use her gifted mind to save not only her parents, but countless others. And she better hurry. Because the clock is ticking.

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Jennifer's Review
This is a very good book, and I enjoyed it. 
It’s about a girl named Anna who is a genius and an inventor. One day she gets kidnapped along with her parents, and her friend Jake sees it and goes after her. He soon find her, and together the two of them break into the CDC for a bio-terrorist who is determined to make the United States pay for ruining his life. 
They get the vials but are chased by people from the CIA. They soon learn that they need more vials, so they get all of them, and then both of them get captured. 
Can either of them escape? What is in the vials, and what does the terrorist plan to use them for? How does the book end? Win or lose? 
I give this book 4 stars.

Author Bio
Nicole Nadeau grew up in Springboro, Ohio, with her older sister, Paige and younger brother Mark. She also has a dog, Lola and a rescue cat named Penny.

An avid reader since grade school, she read every action and adventure book she could get her hands on. Eventually, her love of reading developed into a love of writing. She started working on her own book while she was in high school.

Nicole has a neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) which creates challenges in her daily life. She refuses to let SMA stop her from doing what she loves. Like the lead character in her book, she is determined and overcomes any obstacles that stand in her way.

She is already busy planning the next book in the Secret Life of Anna Goode series and has plans for many more books in the future.

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