Digit and John are back for a second book and in way over their heads.
To say eighteen-year-old Farrah Higgins—or Digit—is good at math is a laughable understatement. She’s been cracking codes since childhood, and is finally at home with “her people” at MIT in Cambridge. Her talents are so off the charts that her laptop is under surveillance by both the CIA and an ecoterrorist named Jonas Furnis. So when she thoughtlessly hacks into the Department of Defense’s database, she lands in serious hot water inside and outside the law. Readers will be sad to turn the last page of this suspenseful, sassy, super smart thriller, the sequel to A Girl Named Digit.
Double Digit begins when Digit goes to college. Things between her and John are confusing and rocky to her. They aren't exactly going her way. And to get it off her mind, she hangs out with hackers, and ends up creating a code... This lands her into a whole lot more trouble when she makes a terrible mistake. Now, not only is someone after her again, but she's also going to risk being in serious trouble. Add to that the issue with John, and him keeping things from her, just brings her whole world coming down.
This book wasn't as good as the first one. It was still enjoyable, and I liked. It was a lot more funny then the first one. But I was sadly disappointed with the issues with John. Then John keeping things from her, and then add in to that a maybe sort of love triangle, and it just made it so much more frustrating, and not in a good way. I did, however, really like the plot line. I loved getting to see Digit in her own environment. It was so cool! Now, I'm excited for the next one because this one end in a major cliffhanger!