Book Quadrant: Secrets of the A-List by Joss Wood

Hello to all of you beautiful nerds and welcome back from traveling the vast nerd universe! I am back with another book review!

Secrets of the A List(Episode 1 of 12) by Joss Wood

This was a quick read but will give a review the best as I can because I couldn’t find much information on the book I read.


This review is based on thoughts and opinions from the writer of this blog. Please respect their thoughts and opinions if you have been warned!


THere wasn’t much of a synopsis to read about now since it’s been years since this book got released, What I got is that the story revolves around the Marshall family who had the main figure, Harrison Marshal, gets into a serious car accident and slips into a coma due to a terminal brain injury. Now the rest of the family has to make a choice and secrets pop up. The daughter falls for a director behind her fiance’s back. The oldest brother gets an award for helping children. And the father has an account with money that they have to figure out.


Is it me or do I feel like I am reading an episode of Passions? I used to be into soap operas when I was younger and this kind of felt like an episode just focusing on the Crane family altogether. This book was okay which is causing me not to read the rest of the series. I am glad to just read the first book since it was so short and an easy read to give a preview. I did see people have given this a 3.4 rating on Amazon and saw not much of a description either. So, not much of a thought I would have.

Rating: 3 Shooting Star Paws out of 5

This book was a bit meh. I am not reading the rest of the episodes. It’s just meh!

I guess that is it for this quick post. Like I said, not much to say in this book, hoping the next one will be better. So, stay tuned!

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