Monday, August 31, 2015
Don't Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski
The students of homeroom 10B know all too well the answer to this question. Through a twist of fate almost all the members of the homeroom have developed the ability to read minds. Fearing the consequences of what could happen if their powers are discovered, they decide to keep it a secret.
Polly (aka Pi) has a curious mind is most interested in exploring her new powers and keeping them secret.
Mackenzie is worried her boyfriend, Cooper, will find out she cheated on him (now that the whole group knows her secret, somebody is bound to tell him).
Tess has a crush on her best friend Teddy (they've known each other forever) and can now find out if he likes her in the same way.
Olivia is shy and cannot speak in public, but maybe her powers might help her with Lazar who she heard may like her.
Yes, this is a story of the normal teen experiences and worries with the added bonus of them knowing what everyone else is thinking. I am glad when I was a teen that I could not hear others' thoughts (and they could not hear mine), but it is fun to think and read about.
For more info, check out the Indianapolis Public Library catalog and the author's site.