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Heist Society by Ally Carter
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Apr 20, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: young-adult-lit
Read in April, 2012

Kat comes from a family of thieves who have traveled the world stealing art. She tries to get out of the "family business" and goes to a private school in the US, but some of her thief friends get her kicked out, so she can come back to the business. Kat's father is framed for a big heist in London, and Kat takes it upon herself to prove her father innocent and steal back the stolen paintings. Kat gathers her best young thief friends to steal from one of the best protected museums in London.

I had high expectations for this book after a friend had suggested it. I was a little disappointed, but it was still a good read. I thought it was just good. There was nothing particularly good about the plot, characters or writing. I didn't really get into the book until half way through when the planning of their heist got more serious. I have heard the second book is better, so maybe I will give that one a try.

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