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American Subversive by David Goodwillie
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May 24, 2010

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Paige Roderick is a young woman reeling from the death of her brother, a soldier in Iraq, who finds a purpose and comfort in the radical politics of her brother's best friend. Aidan Cole is a paid blogger, part of a professional blogging conglomerate, who writes snark and gossip during the day and parties all night. Their paths cross when Aidan receives an anonymous email with a picture of Paige leaving the NYC building where a bomb has gone off.

Told in alternating chapters from the points of view of Paige and Aidan, the story begins slowly and didn't really take off for me until Paige and Aidan finally come together about midway through the book. An interesting read that becomes a page turner if you hang in there.
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