Know Your Enemy, by Tasman Anderson: review

I approached Know Your Enemy with the preconception there would be misunderstandings and crossed purposes between a couple of starry-eyed people and that it would all get neatly sorted out.

Well, those illusions vanished faster than a stolen Porsche.


Who can you trust?

Nicole yearns to leave her dull town. During the uneasy weeks as she waits for her chance to enter university she tries shop lifting to lift her standing with friend Libby. She also hopes to fire up her reflection in Aiden’s amber eyes. When she’s pressured into something deeper, though, you fear this could go badly. But how badly, and for who? Some one is an enemy. Some one is lying. Twists and turns just draw you on as things get ever darker for Nicole.

Know Your Enemy, by Tasman Anderson can be found at and is published by , a source of other great YA books, Science fiction, Fantasy, Dystopian and other titles.


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