Save the Enemy by Arin Greenwood audiobook

Save the Enemy

By Arin Greenwood
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Blackstone Publishing 9781616952594
7.10 Hours Unabridged
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Zoey Trask is at the end of her rope. Her mother wasmurdered in a random mugging a year ago. Her younger brother, Ben, is on theautistic spectrum and needs constant supervision. It’s senior year, and she’sthe new girl at a weird private school in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, fullof kids who seem too nice to be true—including a very cute boy named Pete. Hermartial arts and survivalist-obsessed father insisted on teaching hereverything he knows … which is just great for her social life. Then her father disappears, apparently kidnapped, leavingZoey as Ben’s sole caretaker. Ben seems to hold the key to their father’sdisappearance in his Dream Diary: a bizarre journal of names and places Benclaims their mother shares from beyond the grave. And as if she doesn’t haveenough on her plate, there’s Pete, who stubbornly refuses to leave her side. Relying on the skills her father taught her—he mighthave had his reasons after all—Zoey is plunged into a lethal battle to protecther brother, rescue her father, and determine the true meaning of the DreamDiary.

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Summary

Summary

Zoey Trask is at the end of her rope. Her mother wasmurdered in a random mugging a year ago. Her younger brother, Ben, is on theautistic spectrum and needs constant supervision. It’s senior year, and she’sthe new girl at a weird private school in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, fullof kids who seem too nice to be true—including a very cute boy named Pete. Hermartial arts and survivalist-obsessed father insisted on teaching hereverything he knows … which is just great for her social life.

Then her father disappears, apparently kidnapped, leavingZoey as Ben’s sole caretaker. Ben seems to hold the key to their father’sdisappearance in his Dream Diary: a bizarre journal of names and places Benclaims their mother shares from beyond the grave. And as if she doesn’t haveenough on her plate, there’s Pete, who stubbornly refuses to leave her side.

Relying on the skills her father taught her—he mighthave had his reasons after all—Zoey is plunged into a lethal battle to protecther brother, rescue her father, and determine the true meaning of the DreamDiary.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Savvy, fun, and fast-paced, Save the Enemy is full of twists and turns that you won’t see coming.  Ukuleles, libertarians, a dog named Roscoe, a hot boy, and ghosts, all rolled into a twisting, turning mystery? This book had me at hello.” Jodi Lynn Anderson, New York Times bestselling author
“Thrilling, chilling, funny, and true to life…A dream come true for readers.” Gary Shteyngart, New York Times bestselling author
“Reminiscent of A Wrinkle in Time, Greenwood’s debut for teens twists and turns with mysterious men, real bullets, and numerous candidates for worst parent ever.” Kirkus Reviews
“Greenwood’s polished writing, crackling dialog, and irresistible characters make Save the Enemy a standout. Zoey’s up against some bizarre struggles, but her reactions are achingly familiar: a character to root for. A smart thriller that serves up surprises from start to finish.” Sophie Littlefield, nationally bestselling author of Garden of Stones

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Author

Author Bio: Arin Greenwood

Author Bio: Arin Greenwood

Arin Greenwood is a writer and former lawyer living just outside Washington, DC, with her husband, Ray, their dog, Murray, and their cat, Derrick. Arin is an editor for the Huffington Post, covering things both nerdy and weird—like Virginia cats running for US Senate—in and around the nation’s capital. Her stories have appeared in Slate, the Washington City Paper, the American Bar Association Journal, and dozens of other publications. Greenwood’s first novel, Tropical Depression, was loosely based on the five-odd, sometimes very odd, years she spent lawyering on a small island near Guam.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 7.10
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English