Nat first saw Charlie long before she ever saw him. He saw her on the worst day of their lives, when a London bombing put Nat’s brother in a coma, and killed Charlie’s mum. When Charlie moves in with her uncle and attends the local private school, it is her turn to see Nat. She hits it off with his sister and as they get closer, Nat seems to get more standoffish. On the surface it seems as though Nat and Charlie would have a lot in common, but as Charlie’s curiosity gets the better of her she starts to realise that maybe Nat knows more about that day than he lets on.
What follows next neither of them could see coming. And maybe both of them are wrong about what really happened that day.
Split Second is action-packed and a taut YA thriller. I couldn’t put this book down and my mind raced to try and figure out what would happen next.
There isn’t a great deal I can say about this book and I feel it’s on of those you just have to take on faith. Anything said about this book could give too much away and all the little things revealed not mean as much.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I read it on the edge of my seat.
Reviewed by Pamela.
Thank you to Simon and Schuster for sending us a copy to review.