Review: Dark Divide

Dark Divide (Dark #2)


Hogwarts meets The Bourne Identity in this thrilling sequel to Desert Dark that keeps the twists and turns coming!

With the trials of first semester behind her, sixteen-year-old Nadia Riley hopes to quietly rejoin her friends and complete her junior year at Desert Mountain Academy. But at a covert CIA school that trains high-achieving students for the Black-Ops, nothing stays quiet for long. In fact, the threats from first semester start haunting Nadia the minute she realizes she’s being tracked on her very first survival course. Her pursuer is relentless. His agenda is frightening. And the intel he has on Nadia will put her life at risk all over again.

Rating: 5-stars


Dark Divide by Sonja Stone is the second installment to a great CIA/spy YA novel. It’s fast-paced, action-packed, and keeps me on the edge of my seat. I wasn’t sure what would be in store for the heroine, Nadia. This is her second year at the top secretive government agent school. A school where anything can happen in the blink of an eye. Nadia was almost killed in the dean’s office last time. Then, a teammate of hers seems turned out to be a double agent. The favorite all-time characters from the first read are brought back in for this second adventure. Nadia has a lot to handle for this second year. Surprises were tangled in with the exploding action. The read contains deadly scenarios, humor, highly trained agents, and a fun teenage romance. I enjoyed reading this book. Sonja Stone’s writing is easy to read and entertaining. She’s giving Ally Carter’s all girl spy novels some competition.

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