Better Late Than Never (Gifted Series #2)

Better Late Than Never (Gifted Series #2)

by Marilyn Kaye
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Better Late Than Never (Gifted Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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Owlmanafanatic16 More than 1 year ago
Two words... excellent book!!!!
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GSerf More than 1 year ago
This is the 2nd book in a series of 4. My 12-year-old daughter just finished this book the other day. It was about another character named, Jenna, whose gift is "reading minds". What 12-year-old wouldn't want this gift? She really enjoyed this one just as much and could not put the book down! What she liked best was reading about Jenna meeting her "father" who has the gift of "talking to dead people". This was another page turner for her!
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER is book #2 in the GIFTED series by Marilyn Kaye. Things pick up where they left off with Amanda, Jenna, and Tracey. Jenna's drunken mother enters a two-week rehab program, and Jenna fears a possible placement in foster care. That's when Tracey comes to the rescue by asking her parents if Jenna can stay with them. Another unusual development for Jenna is that her long-lost father shows up. He is full of apologies and promises. Everything he promises sounds terrific to Jenna, but the fellow members of the gifted group are suspicious of his sudden appearance. Amanda experiences another body-snatching event. This time she feels pity when she observes Ken watching a soccer practice. She sees how much he wishes he could play and the switch happens. Being in the body of a hot guy is definitely disturbing, but Amanda thinks this might give her the opportunity to get Ken's attention focused on her and a possible relationship. She certainly isn't expecting what really happens, and it might just change her forever. I don't know how many books Marilyn Kaye plans to have in this series, but she is working her usual magic by slowly giving readers a look at her cast of interesting characters. From the sneak preview included from book #3, HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW, it looks like Emily and her ability to see into the future will be the next featured character.
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sweetiecow More than 1 year ago
I think this book was awesome. I've never read anything like these books, and believe me, I've read a ton of books that had people with special powers and stuff like that. I think this book is also a pretty good book for learning a bit about yourself and see who you are like in other people's eyes, like with Amanda's gift. Everyone's gift is pretty awesome. I'd like to have mind reading myself. I also believe that this is a pretty good book to read to teens who don't like to read as much because this has more simplistic writing than most, so they don't have to worry about vocabulary. It's more a a free-reading type book, but yeah, definitely something with it's meanings.
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another grea book! Definately reccommend!
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