Click’d is a middle grade novel about friendship and never giving up toward your goals.
This was a fun book to read. I loved the concept of having not just kids/preteens coding to help the word, but focusing on a girl coder. Allie comes up with a game to help people make friends with similar interests and will be presenting her game in a contest. When she releases the game school-wide, an issue comes up and Allie realizes that there is a problem with her code. She has to work with her nemesis, Nathan, to figure it out and fix her game before the contest that weekend.
I read this book in a day, and though it seemed a little slow at first, it picked up and I enjoyed the story very much.
This is a book I’d recommend for the middle-grade age group as well as anyone who enjoys this genre. I think the important thing to remember if you are reading this as a high-schooler or adult is that it is intended for those in middle grades.