Monday, November 6, 2017

Stealing Liberty by Jennifer Froelich {Book Spotlight}

Stealing Liberty by Jennifer Froelich
Published June 13th 2017 by Clean Reads 
A heist so monumental, it may cost them everything...
When Reed Paine is sent to a secret detention school for teens whose parents are branded enemies of the state, he doesn’t expect to find friendship – especially after coming face to face with Riley Paca, a girl who has every reason to hate him.
But when Reed, Riley and a few others start reading the old books they find in tunnels under the school, they begin to question what they are taught about the last days of America and the government that has risen in its place.
Then the government decides to sell the Liberty Bell and Reed and his friends risk everything to steal it – to take back their history and the liberty that has been stolen from them (Stealing Liberty/ Clean Reads).
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“An action packed novel that you’ll want to finish in one sitting. Every element is crafted carefully and done well. When I finished the novel, I wanted to give it a round of applause.” —
“This book was an amazing read, fast-paced, filled with amazing characters, and set in a dystopian world that isn’t too far-fetched... The writing was phenomenal and really sucked me into the story.” —

About Jennifer Froelich
Jennifer FroelichJennifer Froelich published her debut novel, Dream of Me, in late 2011, which reviewers praised as "well-orchestrated with outstand- ing imagery." Her second novel, A Place Between Breaths, published in 2014, was called "a roller-coaster ride with enough twists and turns to keep everyone interest- ed" and won an Honorable Mention in Writ- er's Digest's 23rd Annual Self Published Book competition. Jennifer is a frequent contrib- uting author to Chicken Soup for the Soul.
A graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, Jennifer worked for many years as a free- lance editor and writer before publishing her own work. She lives in beautiful Idaho with her husband, two teenage kids, and a rescue cat named Katniss.


  1. I read this book and could not put it down. It was so original and the characters were so well written that they felt like real people. You don't have to be a Young Adult to love this one. Definitely kept me guessing at every turn. I have recommended it to everyone. Can't wait for the next one!