Free Fall (Alias Prequel, #8)
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Free Fall (Alias Prequel #8)

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Based on the hit TV series, an original novel about a co-ed spy who kicks serious bad-guy butt!

Sydney has finally made a friend she can open up to—a fellow agent from SD-2. Stephanie is sweet and caring and knows exactly how it feels to lie to the people you love.

But friends don’t ask friends to help kill their boyfriends. Or do they?

Suddenly nothing is what it seems. And...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 13th 2004 by Bantam Books for Young Readers (first published 2004)
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Tatiana
These Alias prequel books make me feel old, because I remember reading and liking them back when the show was first on and I was a young teen! Now, I don’t expect much from them so I’m not disappointed when they are neither the greatest written, nor do anything to alleviate the tangled, mind-spasm-inducing web that is the series’ mythology. But I was missing Alias when I dug this one out, and even though Sydney was so very naïve and trusting that I’m surprised she survived, it hit the spot.
Teshamae
I've been wanting more Syndey Bristow for years, ever since the show ended. I'm glad to have discovered these books! This one is geared towards teenagers, and the plot as well as writing show it. But still, it's a thrilling read. I'm looking forward to others.
Virginia
I really should just avoid any more Alias books. I know I've read better written fan fiction for free online. *sigh* So disappointing.
Heather
What can I say- I was an Alias TV show fan! These Alias books are perfect "put in your purse and wait for carpool" quick reads!
Randy Holmberg
Very good! I enjoyed this one a lot. Nice "twist" towards the end that sends the story in a different direction.
Margaret
Sep 09, 2007 Margaret rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: Alias fans
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This one actually surprised me. I had suspicions, but this one really caught me off guard. Again, another love it.
The Third Place A Teen Library
F ALI

Based on J.J. Abrams' television series, Alias.
Kimberly
Aug 31, 2011 Kimberly rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition Recommends it for: Alias fans
Another quick read great for Alias fans.
April
An addicting series you just cannot put down.
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