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Hiding Places

Hiding Places

By Erin Healy
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.19 Stars

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On 12/8 Julie wrote: http://juliekmccomas.com/2015/12/hiding-places-book-review/Hiding Places Book Description: Family means safety. Family means protection. Until it doesn’t. Eleven-year-old Kate Whitby leads an invisible life, the youngest member of her odd family. They live in their historic small-town hotel, where ... Hiding Places by Erin Healy – Book Review

Julie 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/3 ladybugofthree wrote: Hiding Places by Erin HealyGenre: Mystery & Suspense, Inspirational Fiction, Contemporary WomenPublished by Thomas NelsonPages: 368From Amazon:The Harrison lodge is full of hiding places where young Kate can discover all the secrets no one wants her to know.Eleven-year-old Kate keeps her knowledge ... Hiding Places - Erin Healy

ladybugofthree's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/12 Martha Artyomenko wrote: As most of Erin’s books are, this one has a flavor of the supernatural, without really having it in it. Homeless children, gangs, and a crazy bunch of people running a hotel didn’t seem to have much in common until near the end. Kate was cute. She was unique and I loved her perspective on things. ... Hiding Places

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/7 bassgiraffe wrote: I really loved this book. It's adventurous. I wanted to pretend I was Kate. I loved imagining her sneaking around the grounds, in and out of tunnels and then helping this young man. I loved her heart. She cares so much about every one around her even if they ignore her and say mean things to her. She's ... A Family with too many secrets

bassgiraffe's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/5 Miss Blushing Dee wrote: Book Review: Hiding Places About The Book: Family means safety. Family means protection. Until it doesn't. Eleven-year-old Kate Whitby leads an invisible life, the youngest member of her odd family. They live in their historic small-town hotel, where she is an expert at keeping everyone's secrets: ... Book Review: Hiding Places by Erin Healy

Miss Blushing Dee's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/2 Grace wrote: Family means safety. Family means protection. Until it doesn’t. Eleven-year-old Kate Whitby leads an invisible life, the youngest member of her odd family. They live in their historic small-town hotel, where she is an expert at keeping everyone’s secrets: her sister’s a thief, her great-grandmother ... Good, but Some Language

Grace's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/2 Jessica Higgins wrote: Young Kate considers herself a spy in training. She has plenty of practice living at her family’s hotel. She spies on her sister and hides her drugs to keep her out of trouble. She sphiding placesies on her other sister and keeps her stealing from the cash box a secret by replacing it with her own ... Erin Healy’s best book yet!

Jessica's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/25 Lights in a Dark World wrote: Kate is great at keeping secrets. She loves to spy on her family members and the guests at their lodge. Right after the murder of one of her grandfather’s friends, Kate secretly offers a homeless man shelter, not knowing what would happen to her family after she does so. This book was excellent. I ... Hiding Places by Erin Healy--Book Review

Lights in a Dark World's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/21 (not your) Average Reader wrote: Every family has secrets and 12 year old Kate knows all of her families hiding places. Tiptoeing through their small-town inn, Kate weaves her unseen way through the secrets and ultimately finds herself in a dangerous predicament. Add the local murder of a family friend, the distant murder of a powerful ... Book Review: Hiding Places

(not your) Average Reader's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/18 Katherine Scott Jones wrote: Whenever I start a new Erin Healy novel, I know I’m in for a very smart read, and in that regard, Hiding Places met every expectation. Per usual, this one is filled with detailed plotting, descriptions that are a mind-boggling in their complexity, and highly complicated characters. As a writer myself, ... Well executed as usual, but story didn't grab me

Katherine Scott Jones' Rating:

3 Stars