Reviewed by Amber C. (age 12)
Luke is a third child and has to stay hidden to be sure he wonít get caught by the population police. When he sees a girl's face in a window next door, he wants to find out whoís face it belongs to. When he meets the person, they become friends and nobody knows about it. The girl, Jen, has this plan to help them be free and not hide all the time. But Luke doesnít think itís a good idea. Will Luke help Jen out?
I thought it was an amazing book! I never wanted to put the book down. In parts of the book you never know if Luke and Jen will get caught or even die! It made me want to keep reading. Luke reminds me of when I get picked on by my brother because his brothers picked him on. While I was reading, I kept wondering if Luke and Jen would get caught. I think that Luke gained confidence in him because he started going to Jenís house more often.
I would recommend this book to fifth and sixth graders and eleven to thirteen years of age because I think they would like the suspense in this book based on the character of their age.