Have you ever sat thinking to yourself, “hmm, I wonder what fiction books my fellow students at SGS College like to read in their spare time? Where could I go to find out what they are reading? I bet they have excellent taste, and I would just gosh darn love to read the same books that my peers have been reading throughout this academic year…!”
Well my friend, your days of wondering will soon be banished to the past, as you are offered the chance to pore over our latest post series: SGS College’s Most Borrowed Fiction of 2014/15! Unfolding week on week until the end of this academic year, we’ll bring you the books that have proven most popular with our students!
So, without further ado, in Fifth Place…
5: Panic, by Jeff Abbott
After his mother is murdered and his father disappears, 16 year old documentary-maker Evan finds himself hurtled from his regular life into a world of assassins, espionage, spies and secret organisations, where information is not only power, but a matter of life and death. Where do you turn when everything you ever trusted was a lie?