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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.
©2005 Walter Sorrells; (P)2008 Penguin

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  • Karen K
  • Oregon City, OR United States
  • 06-14-10

Exciting action; convoluted plot

After listening to Fake ID I thought I would really enjoy Club Dread. By the end though, the plot became so totally twisted and implausible that it was almost beyond belief. The action was good and the reader was ok. By the end I had a hard time trying to figure out what was supposed to be real and what was a set-up by VanEpps. And really I'm ready to just get rid of VanEpps. He really needs his comeuppance.