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Zara is really close to her brother, Axel. Not just the usual brother-sister close, but so close that she can actually see his thoughts. It’s a little weird, even for twins. Then, after she has a horrible accident, Zara can see what everyone is thinking. Her mother. Her best friends. Even total strangers. At first it’s really pretty cool. Who doesn’t want to know what everZara is really close to her brother, Axel. Not just the usual brother-sister close, but so close that she can actually see his thoughts. It’s a little weird, even for twins. Then, after she has a horrible accident, Zara can see what everyone is thinking. Her mother. Her best friends. Even total strangers. At first it’s really pretty cool. Who doesn’t want to know what everyone's thinking about them? But Zara can’t turn off her strange new power, so hanging out with friends now means drowning in a sea of their thoughts, from the excruciatingly trivial to the things she’d really, really rather not know about. Now Zara’s trapped between wanting to know her loved ones’ most intimate secrets and wanting to block it all out . . . Where does she draw the line? Zara may be blessed with supernatural powers, but her dilemma — where to set boundaries — is one that rings true with all young readers....

Title : What Z Sees
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ISBN : 9781551929705
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 312 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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What Z Sees Reviews

  • Vivian
    2019-03-22 11:20

    This book piqued my interest when I first read the summary, I thought it was going to be pretty interesting but as I read on it wasn't what I expected it to be. I thought there was going to be more action, more depth, more something! It's also a cliffhanger even though it sort of is an sort of isn't. There is an issue at the end that I just can't ignore. I feel like it should be dealt with somehow. I also feel spiteful because of what happened at the end. It was a nice book, it had a few ups and downs but overall it was okay. I liked how Rivers used, I guess you could say more complicated vocabulary. It gets your brain working and you learn new words if you don't know them already.

  • Juli
    2019-03-22 08:17

    This would have been much easier to read if the author had used quotation marks. It was especially distracting/confusing in the chapters written in the first person.It was a quick read, and entertaining. I liked the story and the characters, even if the premise was a little odd. As with the other books in the XYZ series, the author introduced a huge issue near the end of the book, and then didn't spend much time on it. I didn't mind that, but others might.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-22 11:13

    Booring bookAnd disguisting tooDont Recomend it at all