Book: “Girl From Nowhere” by Tiffany Rosenhan
Synopsis: (From Amazon)
Blogger’s Note: Thank you to Uplit Reads and the publisher for the gifted copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Ninety-four countries. Thirty-one schools. Two bullets. Now it’s over . . . or so she thinks.
Sophia Hepworth has spent her life all over the world–moving quickly, never staying in one place for too long. She knows to always look over her shoulder, to be able to fight to survive at a moment’s notice. She has trained to be ready for anything. Except this. Suddenly it’s over. Now Sophia is expected to attend high school in a sleepy Montana town. She is told to forget the past, but she’s haunted by it. As hard as she tries to be like her new friends and live a normal life, she can’t shake the feeling that this new normal won’t last.
Then comes strong and silent Aksel, whose skills match Sophia’s, and who seems to know more about her than he’s letting on . . . What if everything Sophia thought she knew about her past is a lie?
Cinematic and breathtaking, Tiffany Rosenhan’s debut stars a fierce heroine who will risk everything to save the life she has built for herself.
I just received this one in the mail and I couldn’t be more excited to read it! This is a lighter YA novel but so far it reads almost like a spy novel. The first chapter grabbed me right away and had me hooked! Needless to say, I am loving it so far and I can’t wait to see where this one goes!