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Pass, and have it made. Fail, and suffer the consequences. A master of teen thrillers tests readers' courage in an edge-of-your-seat novel that echoes the fears of exam-takers everywhere.Ann, a teenage girl living in the security-obsessed, elitist United States of the very near future, is threatened on her way home from school by a mysterious man on a black motorcycle. Soon she and a new friend are caught up in a vast conspiracy of greed involving the mega-wealthy owner of a school testing company. Students who pass his test have it made; those who don't, disappear . . . or worse. Will Ann be next?For all those who suspect standardized tests are an evil conspiracy, here's a thriller that really satisfies!Praise for Test“Fast-paced with short chapters that end in cliff-hangers . . . good read for moderately reluctant readers. Teens will be able to draw comparisons to contemporary society's shift toward standardized testing and ecological concerns, and are sure to appreciate the spoofs on NCLB." —School Library Journal“Part mystery, part action thriller, part romance . . . environmental and political overtones . . . fast pace and unique blend of genres holds attraction for younger teen readers." —Booklist
Publisher: 2013
ISBN: 9781613120026
Branch Call Number: OverDrive ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Jul 20, 2015

The book was OK.

TropicMummy Mar 10, 2013

The ending kind of sucks in this book but other than that I enjoy the book

awesomeperson132435 May 07, 2012

i think this book was good, but it dragged on unnecessarily sometimes, and was unrealistic... i wouldnt really recomend it to my friends because it isnt very stimulating, and before i started the book, i correctly assumed the ending of the book...

Exo Aug 26, 2011

Honestly, this wasn't a good book. At all. It was readable at best.
The writing style was terribly plain. There was almost no character development, the author lingered too long on the side plots, and tried unsuccessfully to blend them into the main plot. The main plot became overshadowed, and it just turned into a hot mess. It was a great concept, but the execution was just plain bad. I didn't like it, at all.

Mar 11, 2011



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