By Lisa McMann
Simon Pulse, 2013
Audience: Older Teens
It was GENIUS of Lisa McMann to have the visions be contagious. GENIUS. What a great twist. After Jules stopped her vision from happening, Sawyer started having a vision of a school shooting. Jules, Sawyer, and Trey work to stop it and it was so frustrating that Jules couldn't see the vision last time for both her and me! Also, Jules and Sawyer start dating and the book hinted that maybe Jules' father can see visions too, and that's why he struggled so much.
I can't wait to read book three and to see who caught Sawyer's visions. It didn't tell us in this book. Since Jules' dad is so worried about her all the time, I am wondering if he had a vision of something happening to her and her family. Maybe something will happen to Jules' sister when she tries to come back from New York? However, if the trio's theory is correct, the vision goes to the person who was saved by whoever had the vision.
The second book was better than the first. It was developed a lot better and more original than the first. It's not often you read a good middle book in a trilogy. If book one wasn't your favorite, give book two a try. You might like it better!