Monday, August 30, 2010

2010 book 217

Robin Benway's The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, and June
When three sisters (the titular April, May, and June) develop special powers (April can see the future, May can turn invisible, June can read minds) on their first day going to a new high school, it affects their friendships, romances, and relationships with each other. The three characters take turns narrating and Benway does a good job developing a singular voice for each. The ending was a bit muddled and silly, though. B+/B.

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