Narc

Narc Review

“You’re going to hate me forever when you learn my secret.”

When his little sister is caught with a bag of weed, seventeen-year-old Aaron Foster takes the fall. To keep the cops from tearing his family apart, Aaron agrees to go undercover and help bust the dealer who’s funneling drugs into his Miami high school. But making friends with the school’s biggest players isn’t easy for a waste-case loner from the wrong part of town.

Stuck between the cops on one hand and a crazy party scene on the other, Aaron befriends Morgan Baskin—a cute but troubled rich girl who might be his link to the supplier. But just when he realizes he’s falling for Morgan, the unbearable weight of his lies threatens to crush them both.

Title:Narc
Edition Language:English

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  • Glass

    I've just finished reading this book - like ten minutes ago - and I'm breaking my own rule as you can see (I try not to write a review the same day that I finish the book). I'm sitting here in front ...

  • Charlotte

    I am giving a big round of applause to Criss-Jean Chappell for having the guts to be real here. I greatly appreciated how she handled so many aspects of this story, especially the end. This is a hard ...

  • Danica Page (One Page at a Time)

    My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.Disclaimers: I received an e-galley of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion. My Overall Thoughts/Impressions: I went into this novel...

  • Alessandra

    E-galley received from Netgalley for review."You're going to hate me forever when you learn my secret"This sentence practically drew me in. It's very powerful. I would've read the book just for this s...

  • Alyssa Seno-Varga

    What would you do if you were forced to make a life threatening decision that could hurt your family and friends? How do you think those people would treat you after your decision was made? What if yo...

  • C. McKenzie

    When Aaron Foster is stopped for speeding and the cop finds a baggie with weed, Aaron's life takes a major turn . . . and not for the better. To keep from going to jail and making his mom's life more ...

  • Olga

    I really liked this book. There have been few times where I have to stop reading a book because I worry about what's happening. Hunger Games after Rue was one. This was another. Not because it was sca...

  • Jennifer Reeves

    A riveting tale about a teens adventures being a narc for the Narcotics unit in Miami. Aaron must decide between being a narc, him being tried as an adult for possession/going to jail, or his little s...

  • Melissa (i swim for oceans)

    Narc is the brainchild of author, Crissa-Jean Chappell, known for crafting heart-wrenching, emotional and poignant novels regarding the human condition. This novel is no exception. Written from a male...

  • Peter

    Again, I found Ms. Chappell's writing to be extremely exciting to read and finished her second book in less than a couple of days. Both of the books (the other being Total Constant Order) are written ...