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Sixteen-year-old Chastity and her mother have been on the run ever since she can remember. They’ve just settled down in San Francisco, where Chass is reclaiming her phenomenal musical talent and finally starting up her own band. But then Chass witnesses the murder of pop star Josh Emmit and gets involved in the secret and dangerous underground club scene in San Francisco. If Chass can solve Josh’s murder and prove to the police that she’s not involved, then she and her mom can stay in San Francisco. But if her cover is blown, the man who has been hunting them will find them again. And this time, they may not be lucky enough to escape.

©2007 Walter Sorrells (P)2018 Listening Library

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"A well-crafted story that's filled with sympathetic, colorful characters." (School Library Journal)

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Excellent Book!!

Absolutely love Rena Strober using different voices for the different characters. Would recommend this book and the first one too.

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It's Not Chass

This book would be a good story as a stand-alone novel but it feels like an out of character continuation of Chass's story. Forget that all the resolution that happened in Fake ID was explained away by one throwaway line, but this just feels so inauthentic. Plus the narrator is distracting. She does a fine enough job narrating Chass, but she can't do an adult male voice, so she just makes them all sound slow and stupid.