Jack has been getting on his parents' nerves for some time. Bad enough he's a rock musician, has crappy grades, and hangs out with his "loser" friends. But Jack's ability to predict the future - well, that just annoys the hell out of them. Jack's classmate, Lauren, is said to have unique abilities too.
"Great book! So excited that it came out in audio!"
In the afterlife, Henry has remained with the same group of teenagers, and he keeps wondering why. Soon, Henry learns that his new friends all possess unique skills that allow them to be noticed by the living. Is Henry's group kept isolated because of their abilities? If so, are they considered gifted, or seen only as a potential bad influence?
For Lauren, there's nothing particularly scary about seeing ghosts or experiencing psychic flashes. After all, this is the world she knows. Still, none of that prepares her for suddenly connecting with the mind of Vicky Stearns, a girl she's never seen before. Lauren has no idea what caused the connection to happen or why, of all the people in the world, she received this psychic distress call. Her confusion soon turns to fear when she learns that the girl went missing earlier that same day.
"A quirky YA Psychic Mystery"
Ghosts, Lauren can handle. People, on the other hand, can be scary as hell. So when she finds herself visited by a young girl who's clearly no longer of this world, Lauren is more intrigued than anything else. It's only when this ongoing visitation coincides with receiving a psychic distress call from a girl who desperately wants to stay missing that Lauren becomes both curious and frightened
"Great story, great narrator!"