Updated: Jan 3
Age Range: 13 and up
In this thrilling sequel to Pivot Point, Addie chooses to live with her mom after looking into the future and seeing both outcomes with her mom and dad. Even though Addison knows that she choose the right parent, she wishes that she could have chosen the other. Her boyfriend used her, and her best friend betrayed her. When her dad asked her if she wants to come to spend winter break with him in the normal world, she jumps at the chance. She wants to meet Trevor again, even if he doesn't remember her. Laila, Addison's best friend, can restore Addy's memories only if she knew how. Desperate to learn how to do this, Laila tries to manipulate Conner, the bad boy from school but seems to be the only person who is immune to her charms.
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. Split Second might be too much for some people, but most 13-year-olds can handle it.
Things to mention: Laila has a meeting with the guy who tried to kill her in the last book. Some people talk about using mind powers to torture people, and the government erases memories. Some football players use their abilities to injure regular football players. There are about a dozen uses of "crap" and "jerk." Laila's father uses suppression drugs to keep his ability under control. Laila also goes to a party where people are using illegal programs to alter their minds. Laila has a few quick make-out sessions with boys and then erases their mind of the kiss. Some kissing details.
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