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#Prettyboy Must Die By Kimberly Reid,

  • Title: #Prettyboy Must Die
  • Author: Kimberly Reid
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  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A CIA prodigy s cover is blown when he accidentally becomes an internet sensation in Prettyboy Must Die, inspired by the Alexfromtarget story.When Peter Smith s classmate snaps a picture of him during a late night run at the track, Peter thinks he might be in trouble When she posts that photo along with the caption, See the Pretty Boy Run, Peter knows he s in troublA CIA prodigy s cover is blown when he accidentally becomes an internet sensation in Prettyboy Must Die, inspired by the Alexfromtarget story.When Peter Smith s classmate snaps a picture of him during a late night run at the track, Peter thinks he might be in trouble When she posts that photo along with the caption, See the Pretty Boy Run, Peter knows he s in trouble But when hostiles drop through the ceiling of his 6th period Chem Class, Peter s pretty sure his trouble just became a national emergency.Because he s not really Peter Smith He s Jake Morrow, former foster kid turned CIA operative After a massive screw up on his first mission, he s on a pity assignment, a dozen hit lists and now, social media, apparently As Prettyboy, of all freaking things.His cover s blown, his school s under siege, and if he screws up now, Prettyboy will become Deadboy faster than you can say, fifteen minutes of fame Trapped in a high school with rabid killers and rabid fans, he ll need all his training and then some to save his job, his school and, oh yeah, his life.
    Prettyboy Must Die A CIA prodigy s cover is blown when he accidentally becomes an internet sensation in Prettyboy Must Die inspired by the Alexfromtarget story When Peter Smith s classmate snaps a picture of him during

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    1. This book was an accident, I m not even joking I GOT NETGALLEY CLICK HAPPY I can t excuse my behavior but I assure you that I m regretting this because this book was trash, and not the good kind.I love spies, maybe that s why I wanted to read this Like totally spies was my jam when I was a kid, I always wanted to be alex and my sister was sam totally spies is good, this book just wasn t sure it had some enjoyable elements but overall it just let me down and it wasn t anything like I thought it w [...]

    2. INSPIRED BY ALEX FROM TARGET WITH SPIESTHIS IS EVERYTHING I literally attempt to read any spy book I see I love them

    3. This book was a cute spy kids type of boarding school book I found a lot of it to be a suspend your disbelief situation The plot was flimsy, but not horrible I can see it appealing to middle age readers I think it is to young for high school or adult readers The Clark Kent Superman thing was a tad ridiculous.

    4. I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Jake Morrow, aka Peter Smith, is a foster kid turned CIA operative and since he epically failed his first assignment he s been given a pity mission at a school He s trying to keep a low profile there are terrorists out there looking to get bloody revenge , but when a classmate snaps his Prettyboy photo during a jog around the track and uploads it to social media he becomes a viral sensation Before he knows it, the school is under [...]

    5. I received an ARC of this book to provide an honest review Normally when I read YA I go for the intense stuff I wasn t sure what kinda vibe PBMD would have, but I figured I d give it a try It turned out to be a lot light hearted and silly than I d anticipated, but that isn t a bad thing All that gym time required of my CIA training hasn t hurt it either, but damn, these girls are jockin me Teenage CIA operative Peter Smith ends up in a Colorado boarding school chasing down a hacker After a phot [...]

    6. Prettyboy Must Die was a fun and high stakes novel There were some ups and downs to this book, but overall, it was a very entertaining story.The main character, Jake Peter, was the best part of this book He was such a funny and charming character His voice always felt so realistic and relatable I loved hearing from his perspective and watching him deal with all the obstacles that were thrown his way However, there were some characters that I didn t connect with as well Some of the characters fel [...]

    7. First and foremost I loved that the main character was black Even better that he was just a regular black kid with none of the stereotypical problems black characters are given in books these days.It was an easy read though not at all thrilling for a book about Spies The characters seemed to spend a lot of time stopping and talking instead of actually doing which I found very infuriating.The story itself was pretty decent but there was no level of danger for the characters or a sense of anticipa [...]

    8. Mini review I received this e arc via Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review This was a lot of fun It was action packed and a fast read I liked all the characters And the plot was pretty good.Recommend.

    9. I received a copy of this book from Macmillan in exchange for an honest review The quotation I have put in is not from a final version of the book.1.5 stars This is our job they re coming for us They won t hurt you if you stay out of their way So you need to do as Peter asks and go back to your classroom Rachel nods, and it seems her friends finally get that this is serious business A few of them wish us good luck before they all turn and run.When I was reading this passage, I got the feeling th [...]

    10. This is a really cute read.Sure, you sometimes need to turn off your logic sensors Every so often your brain pops in and reminds you of the fact that the African American Teenage Spy working for the CIA who speaks six languages and manages to somehow convince Ukrainian mobsters that he s a Ukrainian Speaking Tunisian Food Deliver Boy is whew slightly unbelievable.But, give it a minute because soon you just won t care You ll be too busy enjoying the story It s fun, suspenseful, and a little bit s [...]

    11. I picked up the ARC I received from Macmillan a few hours after I received it because I felt like I was going to enjoy this book a lot, but I didn t Full review to come.

    12. 2.5 stars 2.75 probably but I don t even know any , but we re rounding up for the fun that was had.This book was a bit of a hard one to rate There were times that I really really enjoyed it, but there were other times that had me raising my eyebrows and skimming past it as fast as I could However, I will say that Reid managed to take something that seemed pretty unbelievable and make it fun, quirky, and pretty enjoyable.First, I have to say that I loved Jake Peter He was so much fun as a narrato [...]

    13. Full review now posted This review can also be found on my blog 1 5 sigh I wish I didn t have to do this.Here s the thing about this book the concept is great Teen spy on the run from revenge thirsty ex soldiers Might be cliche, but I really enjoy these types of stories I started this book filled with excitement, expecting some serious thrill and action to be heading my way Well, I guess it s quite disappointing when you think you re in for a YA, but end up reading what sounds like a middle grad [...]

    14. For of my reviews, visit my blog As the Book Ends or follow me on Bookstagram I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest reviewMy Rating 1.5 Stars DNF 65% I HATE not finishing a book It takes a lot for me to DNF something Generally, even if I strongly dislike a novel, I will skim read to the end But I just couldn t convince myself to finish Prettyboy Must Die.Normally, when I don t finish a book, its because the writing was poor, or there were grammatical errors that just drove me [...]

    15. That was a cutie patootie kind of read Not the most intense spy novel you ll ever read, but great fluffy trash.

    16. Reading this one reminded me just how much I love the male perspective I just really do Something about it Anyway, prettyboymustdie was right up my alley I very much love espionage, hacking and spies.cially if it s teens because you don t expect it So the book, definitely had that going for it It was also pretty action packed from the very beginning The author wasted no time getting right down to it Before I fully dive into what I liked about this book let me briefly talk about what the book is [...]

    17. Many thanks from Netgalley for this ARC, this review represents my honest opinion.I was originally intrigued by this book based on the concept I love spy books, so about those based around young adults I was a massive fan of these sorts of books back when I was much younger hence I read the Gallagher Girls series, the Cherub series, Young Bond, etc so I definitely wanted to read this.On the whole, it s not bad, if you can overlook some annoying things, then this is probably the lightest cast aw [...]

    18. This was a lot fun than I expected and that s a good thing Fast paced and packed with lots of action, I was fully engaged and couldn t wait to see how it all turned out This is not my normal kind of read, however, I really enjoyed it When I was reading it, I kept thinking it had this Die Hard vibe, and sure enough, I saw my sentiment echoed by other reviewers Pro The action started from page 1, and only let up for a very short time in the early chapters This was exactly what I had expected from [...]

    19. This was a fun read by no means earth shaking, but what the story lacked in character or originality, it made up with the simple magic that it reminded me of being a kid and wanting to be a spy.Who has not dreamed about being a teenage secret agent at one point in their lives For Jake Morrow, it s reality Tasked to find a hacker at the highly prestigious Carlisle Academy, Jake tries to blend in with the other students Until the day his magnificent face and body hey, it s YA, after all breaks the [...]

    20. 3.5 starsExhilarating, fun, and adorkable I d recommend readers to come into this book looking for a cheesy YA spy thriller The technology, logic, and tactics are rather interesting, even if they can be implausible at times And yet, the light hearted tone of the book creates a fun even fluffy atmosphere that readers can get engrossed in Action lovers will really like this one, and in general it was just a tad silly and mostly exhilarating I definitely had smiles on my face while reading Review t [...]

    21. Review also on my blog Twitter BookstagramI received an arc from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Prettyboy Must Die is a spy novel with a comedic edge It follows a seventeen year old black CIA agent and hacker, who arguably a genius, named Jake He is working undercover at a prestigious high school called Carlisle Academy, for those who exceed academically Jake is there to uncover a hacker, his lead suspects being any of the new students, notably the senior students H [...]

    22. This was a fun read by no means earth shaking, but what the story lacked in character or originality, it made up with the simple magic that it reminded me of being a kid and wanting to be a spy.Who has not dreamed about being a teenage secret agent at one point in their lives For Jake Morrow, it s reality Tasked to find a hacker at the highly prestigious Carlisle Academy, Jake tries to blend in with the other students Until the day his magnificent face and body hey, it s YA, after all breaks the [...]

    23. Jake Morrow is an undercover CIA operative currently posing as Peter Smith at a fancy boarding school in Colorado He s flying pretty low under the radar until one of the girls at the school posts his picture to Twitter with the caption See the pretty boy run All of a sudden, prettyboy is trending, not just at his school, not just in Colorado, but across the United States.I love a good teenage spy novel I also have a complicated relationship with them, because sometimes I think I place a bit too [...]

    24. Actual rating 2.5 stars I received an eArc of this book from the publishers through NEtgalley in exchange of an honest review

    25. Do you know what I hate than guys telling me not to worry Katie asked Um, no sic Guys condescending to me Now get out of my way before I make you regret doing that I am seriously so incredibly disappointed Teen spy novels fill a niche in my reader heart but it s hard to find good, original ones that are actually believable A teen thriller based off the AlexFromTarget story sounds amazing, yes, but the actual novel had one main issue inconsistencies Part One Spoiler free general overviewCharacte [...]

    26. NOTE I received an ARC of this via Netgalley This in no way influences my opinion.When I first saw this on Netgalley, I decided to request it because it looked like a quick, fun, cheesy read something that would just cheer you up and let you escape for a couple go hours However, this book did not cheer me up, and I actually ended up DNFing it The characters, the descriptions and some of the ideas that the author had left me eye rolling pretty hard to the point where I m pretty sure that my eyes [...]

    27. I really don t normally read this kind of book, but I figured, what the heck, and I gave it a try It was fun Basically, it s a teenage CIA agent in a spy thriller that, aside from the prologue and backstory, takes place in the course of one day.I know, a teenage CIA agent already makes you roll your eyes it s called Operation Early Bird, get it But hold that aside, and we ve got a teenage hacker and orphan, Jake, who was found breaking into the NSA s database, and instead of being prosecuted, wa [...]

    28. My synopsis Teenage hacker and CIA agent Jack Morrow is undercover as Peter Smith at Carlisle Academy in Colorado some sort of pity mission after failing an assignment in Ukraine Without the glasses and shirt though, he s insanely good looking and when a stolen snapshot of him running went viral under Prettyboy, both his life and cover is at stake His Ukraine failure caught up to him and now even the entire school body is at risk and Jack has to keep his head cool so he can decide who he can tru [...]

    29. Prettyboy Must Die is an action adventure spy novel in a high school setting Peter Smith, CIA operative, is undercover as a high school senior trying to find an international hacker that he s tracked to this campus While running late one night with his buddy Bunker, he s caught with his shirt off, on camera by a freshman girl who posts it on Picturegram think fictional Instagram Unbeknownst to Peter, the photo goes viral and blows his cover Peter figures out he s in trouble when a team of terror [...]

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