To Right the Wrongs (Erin Blake #2)
Barely three weeks after catching the killer of Erin's mother and their biology teacher, Erin and her crew are back, up to their elbows in forensics projects. But this time it's with the full approval of their parents.With Uncle Victor at the helm, Erin and her best friends, Spam and Lysa, are prepping a new classroom for CSI summer camp, where they will serve as camp counselors. Meanwhile, Erin's super-hot new boyfriend, Journey, is graduating, just in time for him to take a position as Victor's intern in the new CSI lab on campus. Journey and Victor are going to take another look at the evidence in the murder trial that sent Journey's father to prison. The girls are under strict orders not to meddle with the murder case, but that's easier said than done...

To Right the Wrongs (Erin Blake #2) Details

TitleTo Right the Wrongs (Erin Blake #2)
Author
ReleaseFeb 27th, 2018
PublisherTor Teen
ISBN-139780765381934
Rating
GenreMystery, Young Adult, Thriller, Contemporary, Mystery Thriller

To Right the Wrongs (Erin Blake #2) Review

  • Bookwraiths
    January 1, 1970
    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.If you like quick reading murder mysteries, To Right the Wrongs is a great book to pick up and enjoy on a nice rainy day. The title character, Erin Blake, is a smart, modern day detective who has a habit of getting mixed up in CSI-like cold cases. Her friends, Lysa and Spam, always along for the ride, as these precocious teens find a lot more to occupy their time than keeping a streak alive on social media.Picking up shortly after the events of the first book ( Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.If you like quick reading murder mysteries, To Right the Wrongs is a great book to pick up and enjoy on a nice rainy day. The title character, Erin Blake, is a smart, modern day detective who has a habit of getting mixed up in CSI-like cold cases. Her friends, Lysa and Spam, always along for the ride, as these precocious teens find a lot more to occupy their time than keeping a streak alive on social media.Picking up shortly after the events of the first book (To Catch a Killer), Erin is trying to readjust to life after she gained local fame last time out. Not only did she catching the killer of her mother and teacher, but she brought loads of attention to herself when all she has ever wanted to do was blend in. Sure, there were some good things that had come out of everything like her new boyfriend Journey actually noticing her, but other than that she wishes she could just flip a switch and finish the last few weeks of her sophomore year of high school like nothing out-of-the-ordinary has happened.Things aren’t that simple for Erin though. While she tries to focus on her summer forensic class, mysteries keep coming her way. From a new principal who is seriously crazy to Spam’s boyfriend acting strange to the girls’ digging up information to help Journey build a case to get his dad out of prison, Erin and her friends find themselves drawn into one dramatic twist after another.Going into this read, all I was seeking was a fun murder mystery. The fact that the characters here were all young adults in high school gave me a bit of a pause, since I’m not in that age category anymore, but Sheryl Scarborough’s writing made me feel right at home among these teens, able to thoroughly enjoy the sleuthing and snooping. Plus, this is a fast-paced, quick narrative, one any avid reader will find easy to get sucked into.The element I enjoy most about the book was the camaraderie between the characters. Erin, Lysa, and Spam are good friends, and it shows. They play off one another well, work great together, and find time to laugh, act like the teens they are. Sure, there are moments when the YA quotient gets a bit too high, but it always comes back down, as the detective business shifts to the forefront of the story.My main criticism of the story would be Journey. Now, I didn’t read book one, so maybe he had more of an impact there, but here he seems a fairly throwaway character. Yes, his mission to clear his dad is what drives a lot of the narrative, but mostly he shows up in the story to alternate between making Erin feel uncomfortable (as shown by her constant blushing or giggling when he is around) or annoying the hell out of her. Like I said, this guy seemed really underappreciated.Overall, To Right the Wrongs was a fun, fast-paced novel which did a great job mixing adventure with mystery and with teen friendship. I won’t go so far as to say it is the best YA mystery I’ve ever read, but it was really enjoyable and surprised me by how easy it was to slip into even though I hadn’t read book one of the series.I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. I’d like to thank them for allowing me to receive this review copy and inform everyone that the review you have read is my opinion alone.
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  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    January 1, 1970
    I had very high hopes going into To Right the Wrongs by Sheryl Scarborough since I loved To Catch a Killer so much. This book is just as action-packed and twisty as the first, and Erin is still the same clever sleuth. The use of forensics in this series really adds originality, and I would definitely recommend it to those with an interest in this field.Full review on The Candid Cover
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  • Glen
    January 1, 1970
    I won this book in a goodreads drawing.A teen sleuth, rocked by the events of the last book, goes away from the summer. Meets the usual oh-so-mysterious love interest, and finds herself trying to solve another mystery.Nancy Drew was better.
  • Kate
    January 1, 1970
    Why wasn't CSI camp a thing when I was a teen?
  • Melliane
    January 1, 1970
    Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewHere is a series that I was curious to try and even if I did not read the first volume I was very intrigued to discover this second one. I must say now that I had a great time and I can not wait to read more (including the first volume!)Erin, Lysa and Spam have investigations in their blood and even when they try to be wise and discreet, this is something they can not escape. Yet they know that they can not make waves, that they have to be careful, especially Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewHere is a series that I was curious to try and even if I did not read the first volume I was very intrigued to discover this second one. I must say now that I had a great time and I can not wait to read more (including the first volume!)Erin, Lysa and Spam have investigations in their blood and even when they try to be wise and discreet, this is something they can not escape. Yet they know that they can not make waves, that they have to be careful, especially as they are being watched by their parents. However, this time, good news came out, they were invited to become advisers for the new CSI summer camp. How to refuse such an offer? Especially when it’s Victor who is organizing it! But in addition to being able to look only from outside the progress of Victor and Journey’s investigation (something that is more complicated than expected, especially for Erin, Journey’s girlfriend), they find themselves embarked in a new story featuring a mysterious young man.I really had a good time with this novel and I loved following our three heroines in their research and suspicions. We understand perfectly well that it is difficult for them to stand back. In addition to the vagaries of life, we follow the two cases in parallel and it is true that I was impatient to discover the truth behind all these events. I must say that I was really surprised by the end of the story because I really did not expect it!
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  • Caitlin Christensen
    January 1, 1970
    I am obsessed with Erin Blake. She's a modern day Nancy Drew with a whole lot more sass and a keen talent for getting herself mixed up in CSI cold cases. I'm not much of a murder mystery lover, but I am addicted to Sheryl Scarborough's signature writing style, and I hope that she makes a dozen more of these! "'We're not doing the right thing,' Lysa says. 'But we are doing what we always do, which is the thing that feels the most right.'" Erin and her pals are back in the thick of a mystery, only I am obsessed with Erin Blake. She's a modern day Nancy Drew with a whole lot more sass and a keen talent for getting herself mixed up in CSI cold cases. I'm not much of a murder mystery lover, but I am addicted to Sheryl Scarborough's signature writing style, and I hope that she makes a dozen more of these! "'We're not doing the right thing,' Lysa says. 'But we are doing what we always do, which is the thing that feels the most right.'" Erin and her pals are back in the thick of a mystery, only this time it's Journey's father's cold case that they're trying to get their crime-stopper paws all over. Only Journey doesn't want them involved because he doesn't want it to jeapordize his father's chance of having the case overturned once and for all. But Erin can't really help it that evidence keeps falling into her lap, can she? On top of that, Spam's new boyfriend is displaying plenty of sketchy behavior and the girls have a new principal who is seriously crazy. But the real question is, can they solve the cases that are surrounding them... before it's too late? I can't stress enough how fun this book was to read! I zoomed through it lickety split and wanted more the second I was done. It would be the perfect book to pull someone out of a reading rut, that's for sure! Erin is such a firecracker, and I love the comraderie she has with Lysa and Spam. They make a dynamic duo, and honestly I just wanted to be friends with all of them while I was reading. To Right the Wrongs also adds more depth to Erin's personal life. We get to pick up where the last book left off, wondering if she's going to meet her dad soon. That story arc does not disappoint! I don't want to give anything away, but I was very satisfied by how it played out. If you're looking for a fantastically fun high-stakes adventure/mystery/friendship novel this is THE BOOK for you! Don't miss out on these wonderful mystery books!
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  • Suze Lavender
    January 1, 1970
    Erin would love to become a professional forensic scientist and is thrilled that her uncle Victor's home to stay. She admires his work and the fact that he's turning the school lab into a professional lab that can also be used for forensics is a dream come true. Especially because Victor has asked Erin and her friends to help. There will be a CSI summer camp and Erin and her best friends Spam and Lysa will work as camp counselors. There's a lot of work that needs to be done and Erin enjoys every Erin would love to become a professional forensic scientist and is thrilled that her uncle Victor's home to stay. She admires his work and the fact that he's turning the school lab into a professional lab that can also be used for forensics is a dream come true. Especially because Victor has asked Erin and her friends to help. There will be a CSI summer camp and Erin and her best friends Spam and Lysa will work as camp counselors. There's a lot of work that needs to be done and Erin enjoys every single step.Erin's crush Journey is now her boyfriend. After graduation Journey will continue with forensics and Victor has asked him to become his intern. For Journey this isn't just a summer job. There's a lot more at stake, as Victor has promised to help Journey with his mission to free his father. Journey's father is in prison and Journey hasn't seen him in years, all because of a murder he didn't commit. Victor and Journey have asked Erin and her friends not to get involved in the case, because they want to make sure they follow the exact right protocol, but Erin can't help getting involved. She tries to respect Journey's wishes, but strange things are happening in the lab and Erin can't seem to avoid trouble. Will she be able to keep herself and the people she loves safe this time?To Right the Wrongs is another amazing Erin Blake story. I was immediately captivated by Sheryl Scarborough's gripping writing style. Erin's sleuthing skills are magnificent. She and her friends are fabulous at uncovering the truth. I loved how Erin keeps finding herself in the middle of the action, even if she means to stay out of a situation. She's a brilliant main character and I loved every single page of her story. She's incredibly clever and I absolutely love it when a heroine has admirable skills and is brave at the same time.Sheryl Scarborough knows how to write a suspenseful story. She plays with tension in a wonderful way. I like how surprising her stories are. They are creative, informative and compelling. To Right the Wrongs kept me glued to the pages from beginning to end. I read this book in one sitting, I didn't want to put it down. I love it when a story completely mesmerizes me. Sheryl Scarborough has written another terrific Erin Blake book. I highly recommend this fantastic series.
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  • Meredith
    January 1, 1970
    I'm torn between giving this book 3.5 stars or 4 stars. When I finished book one, To Catch a Killer, I REALLY wanted a sequel. I do love that To Right the Wrongs tied up some loose ends, but it also left a few things dangling. It makes me wonder if there will be a book three - and I'm totally okay with that! Despite some hiccups with this book, it was still really enjoyable and the ending had me like WHOA!! But also... totally called it!I've never been a huge fan of Erin. I love the forensic sle I'm torn between giving this book 3.5 stars or 4 stars. When I finished book one, To Catch a Killer, I REALLY wanted a sequel. I do love that To Right the Wrongs tied up some loose ends, but it also left a few things dangling. It makes me wonder if there will be a book three - and I'm totally okay with that! Despite some hiccups with this book, it was still really enjoyable and the ending had me like WHOA!! But also... totally called it!I've never been a huge fan of Erin. I love the forensic sleuth side of her, but otherwise she's just.. childish and selfish. I understood her reasoning for her behavior, but that didn't make it okay. I was disappointed with the way she treated Journey in this book. It felt like their relationship took a backseat to everything else. Part of that was definitely Journey's fault - he was very distant with Erin, behaving as if he didn't trust her and he should have. I still 100% shipped them, but I really wanted MORE from them as a couple, and I'm disappointed we didn't get that MORE. Also, side-note: I had MAJOR Rob (1-800-WHERE-R-U) vibes from Journey.. Anyone else read those books and notice that? Just me? I liked Lysa and Spam a LOT more in this book than I did in book one. In book one, they kept oscillating between acting like loyal friends, and acting as if Erin was purposefully leaving them out of things. But in To Right the Wrongs, they worked WITH Erin, and they both definitely had a lot of character growth because of that shift in attitude. I really didn't trust ANYONE in this book. Like, it would be faster to list the people I DID trust 100%. But as I got further into the book, I started looking at each suspicious character in a more critical way. And then I was able to narrow down who I thought was TRULY suspicious, and who seemed like they were suspicious just to throw readers off the mark. In the end, my instincts regarding the person I was MOST suspicious about turned out to be correct. And when the big reveal happened, I was just like "I KNEW IT!!!!!!!"There are several characters I'd like to mention by name, and discuss in greater detail, but that would end up being super spoilery and I'm trying to keep this review to a spoiler minimum. But let's just say: I despised Blankenship until the end; I didn't trust Arletta Stone or the coach, and was shocked by the way their stories ended; I loved Lyman, though we were clearly supposed to be suspicious of him; and I was indifferent to Clay but had this weird gut feeling...Anyway, that's all on that subject, lest I spoil everything with my vague descriptions.Overall, this book definitely started out slow. And I honestly enjoyed To Catch a Killer a LOT more. However, To Right the Wrongs was still very intriguing. It kept me on the edge of my seat, trying to guess who the killer was and how things would end. The characters all experienced a lot of character growth, and the book definitely tied up a lot of loose ends. I'm anxious to see if there will be a third book in this series, because I love the forensics and Nancy Drew/Veronica Mars feels. Also, the "90s/00s feels - by that I mean, as stated in my review of To Catch a Killer, "It completely reminded me of a 90s/00s teen novel, and I LOVED IT!"So if you love books about forensics, Nancy Drew, Veronica Mars, or thrillers in general, I HIGHLY recommend you pick this series up! It's definitely a wild ride and, slow bits aside, will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.You can also find more from me on my blog: Pandora's Books
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  • C. Maria
    January 1, 1970
    It was ok, unlike in the first book I didn't guessed or expected who the killer was, but with that said I didn't really liked Erin in this one and all the action and interesting stuff happens in the last 5 chapters the rest of 42 chapters nothing really happens. I expected more for this.
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  • Charlotte
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first book in this series but this one was just, a lot. The entire synopsis is about how they’re solving journey’s dad’s case yet I forgot that was even apart of the story most of the time. More and more mysteries kept getting added and I got confused. The characters also didn’t really solve anything at all... everything was coincidentally put together in the last 30 pages when all the sketchy people just admitted why they were being weird. I like some of the characters and I was int I loved the first book in this series but this one was just, a lot. The entire synopsis is about how they’re solving journey’s dad’s case yet I forgot that was even apart of the story most of the time. More and more mysteries kept getting added and I got confused. The characters also didn’t really solve anything at all... everything was coincidentally put together in the last 30 pages when all the sketchy people just admitted why they were being weird. I like some of the characters and I was intrigued at points but a lot of times it was boring and I feel like nothing really happened.
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  • Elena Love
    January 1, 1970
    *I received this book from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own!*To Right the Wrongs picks up after the events of To Catch A Killer and finds Erin more famous than ever but, still desperately trying to blend in. She's trying to readjust to her new life, especially after the unexpected events that took place during the previous book in the series and is still extremely interested in forensics! Things aren't that simple when you're Erin Blake though *I received this book from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own!*To Right the Wrongs picks up after the events of To Catch A Killer and finds Erin more famous than ever but, still desperately trying to blend in. She's trying to readjust to her new life, especially after the unexpected events that took place during the previous book in the series and is still extremely interested in forensics! Things aren't that simple when you're Erin Blake though and things take an interesting turn, when Spam's new boyfriend starts acting strangely, their new principal turns out crazier than they expected and Journey wants help digging up clues in order to build a plausible case and get his father out of prison! With that being said, things are pretty hectic and Erin's dreams of being able to blend in kind of take a major backseat! I'm going to start this review by saying that, I enjoyed To Right the Wrongs much more than I did To Catch A Killer! It was so much easier get into the story this time around and things progressed in a relatively fast and suspenseful pace. I love reading Mystery novels and was very interested in seeing how the author incorporated the Teen YA element into this one, especially since it's an actual sequel and not just a companion! I really enjoyed the dynamics in this book and the characters' relationships! The friendship aspect was quite impressive since the reader can tell right away how much the three girls care for each other! They worked together so well and had each other's back throughout the novel, without letting any setbacks they came across deter them or ruin their friendship! I also liked Journey but wasn't really in love with him. It felt like he just existed and had no actual purpose in the novel. He did have an impact on the narrative since it was his father's innocence Erin was trying to prove but, at the same time, his presence either served to annoy Erin or make her uncomfortable. I still haven't figured out whether I like him as a character or not but, I have to admit that he made a better impression in To Catch A Killer.The writing was great and the pace of the story fast but not rushed, which is always a bit hard to get right! It was so much more engaging than its predecessor since we've already been introduced to the main and secondary characters! The first book successfully set the pace for this one and the author did a great job with it! I loved all the forensic elements and investigation techniques used in this one. It's unpredictability really kept me going and I couldn't wait to finish it and join Erin and her friends in uncovering the truth! Overall, this is a suspenseful sequel definitely worth reading and I cannot wait to read about Erin's future adventures! I have no idea if there are going to be any more books in the series but, I have to say that it just got better!
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  • Rebecca
    January 1, 1970
    I was pretty impressed with Sheryl Scarborough’s debut novel To Catch A Killer last year so when I was offered a chance to review the sequel I jumped on it. The first book was a great YA mystery and it read like a fun introduction to modern forensic techniques. Definitely something that would have interested my younger self – I mean really, it interested my adult self.To Right the Wrongs picks up not long after the events of the first book and shows how the characters are readjusting to life aft I was pretty impressed with Sheryl Scarborough’s debut novel To Catch A Killer last year so when I was offered a chance to review the sequel I jumped on it. The first book was a great YA mystery and it read like a fun introduction to modern forensic techniques. Definitely something that would have interested my younger self – I mean really, it interested my adult self.To Right the Wrongs picks up not long after the events of the first book and shows how the characters are readjusting to life after their brief stint of local fame. They’re wrapping up the school year, prepping for summer forensics camp, and generally trying to act like normal teenagers. Except of course they just can’t because they’re precocious crime-solving YA book characters. The whole premise of this book is that Journey is trying to build a case to free his father from jail and of course Erin, Lysa, and Spam want to help. Whilst they’re trying to research and dig up old information people around them who may be connected to the case act suspicious, snoop around, and generally lead the reader to conclusions.This was a really entertaining book but I don’t think it was quite as good as the first. It just didn’t leave as glowing an impression on me To Catch A Killer did. One thing in particular that stood out to me was that the characters all acted a little too YA for my tastes. It seems that Erin and Journey’s relationship has detracted from the quality of their characters. Erin turned into a character that alternated between blushing and giggling and acting like a petty little witch. Journey mostly shows up to annoy Erin and be a source of tension – his character felt under-utilized. Lysa and Spam continued to be entertaining side-kicks. Another thing that bugged me was that the ending wrapped up way too fast – I mean, where did that come from!? You can’t just lead me on with clues and suspicion if the murderer is someone who had ZERO shade thrown their way for the entire book. Is our crime solving trio really awesome if they almost get murdered and that’s how they solve the whodunit? No. It makes them seem pretty lame actually!Aside from these two points I thought the book was pretty good, though not of the same caliber as the series opener. It’s definitely not a series you can jump in the middle of, so I would definitely start with the first book if you’re interested. One thing I particularly enjoyed were the subplots - they were really well executed and added substantially to my overall opinion of this book. I’m unsure the planned length of this series, but I would consider continuing on with it despite my lukewarm feelings toward this installment.
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  • Casia Courtier
    January 1, 1970
    First, I want to say thank you to Jean Book Nerd for the opportunity to be a part of this book tour. I want to also thank Tor for the book so that I could review it. What follows is my honest opinion of the book. I wasn't compensated in any way. With that out of the way, let's get to the fun stuff.To Right the Wrongs is one of those sequels that ups the ante from the first. In the first one, we meet Erin and her group of friends. The main mystery dealt with Erin's science teacher's murder and th First, I want to say thank you to Jean Book Nerd for the opportunity to be a part of this book tour. I want to also thank Tor for the book so that I could review it. What follows is my honest opinion of the book. I wasn't compensated in any way. With that out of the way, let's get to the fun stuff.To Right the Wrongs is one of those sequels that ups the ante from the first. In the first one, we meet Erin and her group of friends. The main mystery dealt with Erin's science teacher's murder and the friends were more of just supporting sounding boards. In this one, they not only kept with their supporting role, but also grew as characters themselves.We get to see more of Lysa and Spam's genius. Which I absolutely loved. Some of Spam's inventions do seem a little advanced, but given with today's technology, they aren't that out of reach. I wish I had a girl like Spam in my high school. That would have been fun. Really, I wish we had a Lysa and Erin too.The trio's friendship is only stronger in this one. You see little mannerisms and inside jokes that don't leave you out of the loop. They are a real group of friends and I wanted to join in. Add their incest need to solve a mystery and they are awesome.The mystery is definitely upped in this book. In the first, we only really have one murder to solve that happened to solve another. In this one, we have the mysterious identity of "The Skateboarder"  and the investigation of freeing Journey's father from prison. As if that wasn't enough, we also have the girls prepping for CSI camp and the normal every day family drama.Just like with the first book, it was easy to start and run through the whole book. I seriously enjoyed myself with this book. The characters only become that much more interesting as the world unfolds. For fans of the first book, they won't be disappointed. For fans of crime books and snarky teens, you won't be disappointed.The downside about this book? That the third one isn't in my hands yet.Final Rating: 4/5
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  • Stephanie Ward
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 Stars'To Right the Wrongs' is the second installment in a young adult mystery series that fans of the genre will definitely enjoy. Although you technically don't need to read the first book in the series before this one, I highly suggest that you do. There are already established relationships that were made in the first book and obviously a huge amount of events that went down. You might be a little confused in parts if you don't read them in order, but you can go either way. Again, I sugge 3.5 Stars'To Right the Wrongs' is the second installment in a young adult mystery series that fans of the genre will definitely enjoy. Although you technically don't need to read the first book in the series before this one, I highly suggest that you do. There are already established relationships that were made in the first book and obviously a huge amount of events that went down. You might be a little confused in parts if you don't read them in order, but you can go either way. Again, I suggest reading the first book in the series before this one.The characters were interesting and I enjoyed getting to know them even better. Especially our main character, Erin. We see how she's changed and grown since the last book, along with how the other characters have grown together and changed as well. The secondary characters were fascinating and I enjoyed getting to know them better. They all had realistic personalities and flaws that made them easy to identify with. Erin's character was easy to connect with and I loved feeling like I was right by her side as she faced another deadly mystery. One thing I want to mention is the writing style, which is a huge aspect for me. The author chose to write the book in the first person point of view, from Erin's perspective. This is by far my favorite style for several reasons, and I'm so glad the author went in this direction. I don't think I would've liked the book as much if it had been done in another way. I wasn't able to connect with Erin as deeply as I would have liked, the first person narration really helped hold my interest and kept me in the story. The plot wasn't really anything highly original or unique, but the author added great details and her own touches to the story to make it her own. Definitely recommended for fans of the genre along with fans of suspense, thriller, and contemporary fiction.Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Mel (abookishmel)
    January 1, 1970
    Actual rating: 3.5 stars I loved TO CATCH A KILLER. It was filled with mystery and forensics and a great friendship group.This sequel promised a look into Journey’s Dad’s case but I feel like that really got pushed to the side as we solved the other big mystery in this story. It only really came into play properly in the last quarter of the book, which I was a little disappointed in. That being said, I didn’t see the twist coming at all so that was very well done. Sheryl Scarborough is very good Actual rating: 3.5 stars I loved TO CATCH A KILLER. It was filled with mystery and forensics and a great friendship group.This sequel promised a look into Journey’s Dad’s case but I feel like that really got pushed to the side as we solved the other big mystery in this story. It only really came into play properly in the last quarter of the book, which I was a little disappointed in. That being said, I didn’t see the twist coming at all so that was very well done. Sheryl Scarborough is very good at weaving plot twists and intrigue and mystery to make a compelling story and I love her writing style. This is the first YA series I’ve read that has a forensics component and it was a lot of fun to read about that. In high school I wanted to be a forensic investigator before I realised that I suck at science. I can’t wait to read more from this author, however I do think that this series should stay at two books. Any continuation now would probably take away from how compelling the first two are.
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  • Kat
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you to Edelweiss and Macmillan Publishing for the E-ARC copy of the book.First, I will confess to reading the first book in this series and really enjoying it. I hope to get my hands on this one because I wanted to see if it would measure up as a series. Young adult mysteries are few and far between. When I say that I mean many are just not great mysteries, teens have the end is figured out before they are halfway through. Sheryl Scarborough has a series that not only is intriguing, clever Thank you to Edelweiss and Macmillan Publishing for the E-ARC copy of the book.First, I will confess to reading the first book in this series and really enjoying it. I hope to get my hands on this one because I wanted to see if it would measure up as a series. Young adult mysteries are few and far between. When I say that I mean many are just not great mysteries, teens have the end is figured out before they are halfway through. Sheryl Scarborough has a series that not only is intriguing, clever, entertaining, but it has great characters that you want to root for in the story. Mystery novels are about making the reader care what happens to you want to turn the page. Sheryl Scarborough has clearly set up a series that I want to follow and keep coming back for more mysteries with Erin.
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  • Jocie
    January 1, 1970
    Rating: 3.5 starsTo Right the Wrongs was really fast paced and easy to read, but it did feel like for the majority of the book nothing big was really happening. Things didn't start to pick up until around two thirds of the way through and this made the conclusion seem a little rushed. I still really enjoyed reading this, it was an overall fun book and I liked revisiting these characters.
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  • Loran
    January 1, 1970
    This second book in the Erin Blake series does not disappoint! Relatable characters, a riveting storyline, and unexpected plot twists make TO RIGHT THE WRONGS hard to put down. I can't wait to read book #3!
  • Anita (Anitareads)
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars
  • Alison
    January 1, 1970
    The story felt pretty 'meh'. The characters felt like shadows of their former selves even though only a few weeks had passed.
  • McCall Hoyle
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely can't wait for this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Aimie
    January 1, 1970
    Review Coming Soon.
  • Brooke
    January 1, 1970
    I love these books so much!!!
  • Beth
    January 1, 1970
    Good story. Book would be a nice addition to a middle school or high school library.
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 stars. Much better than the first book where you could spot the killer a mile away.
  • LauraAnn
    January 1, 1970
    Holy fudge! That was soooo good!!
  • Amanda Grace
    January 1, 1970
    Super enjoyable YA read, it’s a cute crime mystery novel and I just like Erin and her friends they are super fun to read about. This is just an easy read!
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