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Amelia Bales, Staff Writer

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Greetings from Witness Protection (GFWP) is a great book and I would read it again. I would give it about 3.5 out of 5 stars, but only because it left on a cliffhanger and I wanted more; otherwise, I would probably give it a 4.5 because all books can be improved, so no book should ever be a 5 star.

GFWP is a Truman Nominee for the 2019-2020 school year. I liked the characters, and they were very developed. I liked the end of the book, but what I didn’t like as much, is again, the cliffhanger, because no one likes cliffhangers. I also didn’t really like the very middle of the book because it wasn’t really moving; the plot didn’t go anywhere.

The book is about an orphan girl who is taken in by the U.S. government to help a family in witness protection. Now she must follow all these strict guidelines, help her friends, and save her new family.

I would recommend this book to readers who like adventure/action books, and possibly a few elements of mystery.

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