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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
When Christine realizes that her computer has been compromised and pictures deleted, she has two choices: consult her best friend Aidan or go outside the box and employ a professional hack. Aidan would be the easy choice, but the professional would be private and no one would be any the wiser to her secret passion. Unfortunately, the computer hacker is just plain rude. Keeping her hidden hobby hidden is important, though. No reason to concern her cancer-fighting father with her conflict of career interests. She would probably continue on the road set and encouraged by her mother, anyway. If she had to admit it, modeling was not such a shabby profession for a teenager. Sometimes Christine didn’t know if she was doing it for herself or for her mother’s secret fantasy, though. But she could have continued on the planned path had secrets not started coming out of the woodwork. It seemed that everyone, including the grouchy computer guy, has secrets and suddenly everyone’s secrets begin to intertwine.
She’s done it again. Author Tamar Sloan shines bright with this timely, extremely relevant young adult romance. For All to See is a story of secrets, unrequited love, and all things twenty-first century tech. A combination of themes spurs this plot on to advance quickly with the intrigue of high school friendships and the honesty of teenage emotions. The author’s use of contemporary language to paint a story of diversity and social tolerance is a work of art. Funny, heart-wrenching, and realistic, For All to See is a lesson in human judgement that should find a home on every young adult reader’s shelf.