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She was sure it had to do with turning sixteen the week before. In a split second, her whole world had changed. Now, the vision she saw wasn't just about rescuing newspapers before the automatic sprinklers turned on, or saving a kitten from a tree. The scenario had turned deadly.
The tingling sensation began in her forehead and a snapshot formed in her mind. Just a brief image. A blurred profile of a teacher choking on a chunk of hot dog. Deidre would have to rescue her, and when she did, her chances of ever having a boy ask her to the Valentine's dance would vanish.
But something else plagued the recesses of her mind. Something that forced a chill down her spine. The uncontrollable fear that her visions had warned her before and she had failed to save someone.
Posted October 26, 2014
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!!
***Received a code from the author to listen to and review the audio version of the book
The cover is cute and reminds you of teen love.
I listened to this right after another book narrated by Maria. It was nice because I was used to her as a narrator, and I really like her now that I’ve listened to a couple books narrated by her. I listened to this book without my son because he wanted more fantasy and less real, but I absolutely that it was awesome.
I really loved this story!! This is the young version of Deidre Roux which I thought was awesome because I listened to a book about the adult Deidre Roux where I already fell in love with her as a character. So if you are an adult, look for Bound by Danger to follow this book up. I love the thought of psychic powers and wish I had some of my own. Deidre is still strong and amazing that she wants to help anyone and everyone she has a vision about.
I really hope Terry writes more books about Deidre whether it is the young adult version or the adult version because I loved every minute of both books.
I highly recommend this book to YA lovers who want to believe in psychic powers being real :)