Book review for Heist Society by Ally Carter
This book was entertaining but not spectacular. Kat’s character wasn’t very unique, and neither was Nick’s. I loved Hale and Gabrielle, though. The plot wasn’t predictable or unrealistic. The only problem I had was the guys’ (Simon, Hamish, and Angus) infatuation with Kat’s chest. That part was unnecessary and (thankfully) brief. Heist Society was a good read, just not a great read. If you’re looking for a light read just to keep your mind occupied and entertained, then I suggest you try this book.
Quick Contents Review:
Profanity- None (not that I can remember; nothing serious, maybe “shoot” or “dang”)
Sexual- Minor (Nick and Kat kiss once to cause a distraction. Kat dresses in a more form-fitting outfit to rob a museum, and Angus, Hamish, and Simon notice and comment. Nothing crude, very brief)
Other negative content- To be frank, Kat’s family is a family of thieves. Stealing art, jewelry, and other expensive objects is their livelihood. Stealing is not portrayed in this book as something wrong.