Updated: Aug 24
Age Range: 13 and up
Addison Coleman is a Searcher, a particular type of clairvoyant. When Addie is faced with a choice, she's able to look into the future and see her outcomes. When her parents say that they are getting a divorce, Addie looks into the future to see which parent she would rather live with. With her mom, Addison starts to date the most popular guy at school, and with her dad, she is the new girl at school and falls for a cute, quiet artist. Addison thinks she knows which parent she wants to go live with until there's a murder mystery. This change in the plot changes everything, and Addie has to decide who she's willing to live with and without.
Pivot Point is the first book in a two book series. I loved this paranormal novel by Kasie West. It was just so interesting that I couldn't put it down. I am pretty sure that I read this book in one day. I liked how Kaise told the story with her mom and dad in alternating chapters. Hopefully you all love this two book series as much as I did. There looks like a lot in my things to mention, but I thought it was pretty good and clean when I was reading the book compared to others. On my blog, I try to have only clean and good books, so there's nothing on here that I thought was bad enough not to read. Pivot Point might be too much for some people, but most 13-year-olds can handle it.
Things to mention: Addie Searched her future to see if she should go to a dance with a boy, but she sees him getting sexually aggressive, and she decides not to go with him. The government thinks a drug dealer murdered young women and makes it look like a suicide. Football players use their mind powers to injure Norm players. Addie finds out that someone kills her friend. A few uses of "crap" and one use of "prick." Laila's father is a drug addict who uses Suppressors to dull his gift. There are some kissing details.
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