” I forgot how much I adored Digit in A Girl Named Digit! In a world of books filled with main characters who love books and reading, it’s really refreshing to read a story of a girl who loves numbers. Digit is just as quirky and brilliant in this sequel, and it officially made me love this series….I can honestly say that I enjoyed this book even more than the first one, and I love when 2nd books are even better than 1st in a series. It’s like a reward for the reader and proof that we were right to stick with a character.” Midnight Book Girl
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.
Praise for Double Digit:
“Digit is one of my favorite recent book characters. She’s smart but not arrogant. Her sensitivity to patterns amounts almost to a disability (she can’t stand it when things are mis-aligned or chaotic). She’s introverted, but loyal to her friends and family members. She genuinely and in a non-annoying way, wants to improve the world. And she’s bright enough to actually do something about it, if the people who want things from her will let her. Double Digit is highly recommended for YA or adult readers, male or female. But do read A Girl Named Digit first, for background (and more time with Digit). Jen Robinson’s Book Page
“Digit herself continues to be a fascinating, enjoyable character. I personally love plots with brilliant, quirky geniuses, and almost always they are male. Having Digit be female is a terrific addition to this particular type of action-adventure mystery, and she is also a trailblazer among girl-power, YA heroines.” McMurray and August
“What’s the most undeniably irresistible part of Double Digit is the humor. Oh my goodness! I have so many feelings. So many quotes I would love to share. So much humor! I admit that this is even better than A Girl Named Digit.” Of Paper and Words
“As someone who doesn’t really like math myself, I actually think that Double Digit makes math seem almost cool. I was pretty sad to turn the last page of this suspenseful and sassy thriller, and I think you will too.” Miss Literati