Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Book Review- Look Both Ways

I just finished reading Look Both Ways by Jacquelyn Mitchard.

From the back cover:

One twin has the power to see into the future, one to see deep into the past.

Mally and Merry Brynn thought that with the death of David Jellico, their nightmarish visions of the future and past were gone for good. Now, Merry's only worries revolve around cheer tryouts, and Mally has slipped back into her homebody, tom-boy ways.

Then a cheerleader lands in the hospital. And a mysterious, beautiful moutain lion is maimed.

When they begin to suspect their friend Eden's involvement in both events, Merry and Mally are catapulted back into a world of visions that they do not yet understand. And this time, they must race to prevent the people they love most from unspeakable tragedy.

This was an ARC and the second book in the trilogy. I don't know if it was just because this was an ARC, or if this is how the finished book will be, but it seemed to be all over the place. It seemed to jump from one thing to another and at times didn't explain things fully. But overall I enjoyed reading it and look forward to the third book.

I gave this book a rating of 3/5.

This book fullfills the requirement for the following challenge:
A to Z Reading Challenge: L

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