Lie, Kill, Walk Away

©Vertebrate Publishing

 

Author: Matt Dickinson

Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing

 

LIE
I check the Range Rover dash. The keys are in there.
The sirens are closing in. There’s a police helicopter coming over the hospital.

KILL
I have to decide. Decide right now. I can keep out of trouble. Not get involved. Just run away through the park and go home and pretend none of this has happened.
Or I can help Becca.

WALK AWAY
I stare into her eyes. Those deep blue eyes. Just for a split second.
I tell her, get in the car.

Joe and Becca uncover a deadly secret. A lethal bioweapon is about to be unleashed. Millions will suffer a terrible death.

Now they are being hunted down.

And their problems have only just begun…

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5 thoughts on “Lie, Kill, Walk Away

  1. Jago Solloway DPL says:

    I thought this book was a spectacular read with tremendously good action. It also had a great number of thrilled in the book. The only criticism i could give was that at the end there was too much happening that it overwhelmed you . 7/10

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  2. Gabriela Francis says:

    This book is my favorite out of the 2 books I have read. I found it quite hard to understand at first but then when I ‘ve read a bit more I understood it. There are two sets story and they meet each other to solve the mystery. It is about a boy called Joe who loves to graffiti on walls and gets caught by the owner’s property. His job is to rub off the graffiti on the walls with some other guys when a girl appears at the hospital . The moment he caught his eyes on her he falls in love…..

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  3. Eva Rodgers says:

    +++++++++ 9/10
    Lie Kill Walk Away is fast paced book which captivated me on the first page. The book follows the two teens though their story, which leads them into deep trouble. The one thing that I think puts this book apart from others is the format ; in the book every other page is narrated by Becca then Joe. This means that you can stop reading at any point, which is perfect for reading while going to sleep or on a train. The story is filled with mysteries and stuffed to the brim with adventure. Over all I loved this book thoroughly and would highly recommend it.

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  4. Ayan Nandi DPL says:

    Lie Kill Walk Away is a thrilling read by Matt Dickinson. The characters are well created and once I went past the first page I couldnt put it down. It is about a boy called Joe who is put to work cleaning up graffiti he spraypainted, when he meets a girl called Rebecca whose father is seriously injured. Rebeccas father works in biological weapons and discovers a very dangerous disease strengthened weapon. Rebecca and Joe find out about a cult who is planning to unleash the weapon and have to try and stop it. There is a lot going on throughout the book and I think that there is too much happening. 7/10

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  5. Louis Hogg, DPL says:

    I enjoyed this book very much. I thought that the way it was presented, with the alternating perspectives of the two main characters was very clever, because it made you sympathise with both characters rather than just one. this left you with the choice of wanting them to work together. I also think that this book shows that different classes have their different skills but when put together these skills can make a formidable team. Furthermore I believe that this book was generally published at a time where the things happening in the book such as terrorism are happening in reality leaving the reader completely believing in the entire story. My improvement point is that there was so much action that I had to stop reading and think about what was going on. Overall I give this book an 8/10.

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