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Sight by Adrienne Maria Vrettos

SightDylan is a psychic. She has visions of missing children that can help the police. Unfortunately, she usually sees the last moments of a child’s life, so when the child is found, he or she is dead. These haunting visions scare Dylan and emotionally scar her, so she doesn’t think about them unless she absolutely has to; not even her best friend Pilar is aware of Dylan’s psychic abilities.

Then Cate arrives in town, and Dylan finds herself revealing more of her secrets than she has ever before. But there’s something off about Cate that Dylan can’t place and probably doesn’t want to figure out. Cate is overeager to be accepted in Dylan’s hometown but her ways of going about doing this are undeniably odd. Dylan’s new friendship with Cate causes a rift in her long-standing friendship with Pilar, especially because of each friend’s unrevealed yet lurking secrets. But when Pilar’s little secret Grace disappears, Dylan realizes she has to embrace her sight to clear up all the mystery and save little Gracie’s life.

Read the rest of my review at Young Adult Enchanting Reviews.

Rating: 4.25

Review copy from publisher Simon & Schuster through YA Enchanting Reviews

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keri mikulski :) said...

Sounds like a good one. :)

Serena said...

Wow, another good read.

Anonymous said...

Pretty good book, really keeps you on the edge of your seat! <3 it!

Anonymous said...

i absolutely loved this book. it was sooo mysterious and everything that happens is totally unexpected.

Anonymous said...

i realllllllllly liked it:)

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