Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Book Review: The charity chip

Charity Chip blog tourAbout the book:
Humanitarians unite to teach street kids like Julio how to manage their money and become self-sufficient—all through a chip implanted in their hands. But after he’s accepted into the program, Julio discovers its sinister objective has nothing to do with charity. To save his friends from a terrible fate, Julio must stop the program at all costs, even if it means his own death.

About the author:
Brock Booher grew up on a farm in rural Kentucky, the fourth of 10 children, where he learned to work hard, use his imagination, and believe in himself. He graduated from Brigham Young University and served in the US Air Force flying the A-10, and as an Instructor Pilot in the T-37. He is a commercial pilot for a major US carrier. In addition to technical writing for the USAF, his essays have been published in local newspapers, and in Kentucky Monthly. “Charity Chip” is his second novel. He resides in Gilbert, Arizona, with his wife and has six children.

From Reidhead Randomness:  
(Guest post by my 12 year old daughter)

The charity chip is a book that at first was a little slow but after a few chapters (like most books) it peaked my interest and kept me reading it.  I liked it a lot!  It was fast paced and thrilling a definite re-read!

The book kept me on edge! Teens and tweens (AND ADULTS) will love this book! Beautifully written! 
I've read many books that I would recommend to people, and this is on that list! 
Twist and turns with Julio, the main character, to get him and his brother off the streets of Lima, Peru.   
It is a clean suspense book and was a little intense!
******From Reidhead Randomness:  She gobbled up this book in about a day!  SHE LOVED IT!!!

They are also doing a charity auction. 

I received a copy of this book in order to write my review, however all opinions expressed are my own.


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