Brooklynn’s bridge by K. T. Hunter new YA ebook : psychic and life saver but can she save herself? @khunterkt

Posted: March 22, 2015 in Secondary
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Brooklynn’s bridge

By K. T. Hunter

“January, I know you did it. You’re trying to pay me back for turning on you.” Her smile had left her face and a devious one replaced it.
“Brooklynn, you just don’t realize that when I come after you, you won’t even see it coming.”

“After her life is turned upside down through a serious of unfortunate events, sixteen-year-old Brooklynn is forced to move to Texas, where she and her family can start over. Plagued with the ability to read the thoughts of those around her and visions of the future, she must juggle adapting to her new high school and saving those she sees may be doomed to die. But after the incident back in Edmonds, Washington with Alex Pierce, Brooklynn is shaken about her ability and with only her grandmother, Karen, to understand her, she’s not sure whom she can trust—especially after meeting the mysterious and fearless January who seems to be the one person immune to her abilities. With a new school, new friends, and the conflicting feelings of a new crush, Brooklynn has a lot to manage… all while dealing with January’s impending threats of revenge. Filled with suspense, drama, and wit, Brooklynn’s Bridge will take readers through a spiraling mystery, as it follows Brooklynn and her secret abilities through the whirling world of high school and revenge… but will her powers and her new friends be enough to allow her escape January’s grasp with her life?”

Reviews for this book all indicate that it is short, sharp and action-packed. I am not sure this is available in New Zealand but do check out online sites if you are keen for a new YA novel.

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