For Ever starts now
Sixteen-year-old Wren Sullivan doesn’t want to know what other people are thinking about her—because most of the time it sucks. Too bad since that’s what happens every time she looks into someone’s eyes.
When she moves to Portland, Oregon, after her parents’ divorce, Wren’s just hoping to get through the rest of her junior year unscathed. Instead, before the end of her second day in school, she wakes up in the hospital after her very own freaky demonic-possession incident. Wren can’t remember much. But soon she finds out that her “episode” happened right after she locked eyes with the one classmate who happens to have gone missing.
Wren starts digging through people’s heads for the truth about him, and finds … nothing. Godlike hotness? Yep. But nobody knows who Ever Casey really is. Even weirder, they don’t seem to care that he just disappeared. So, when he randomly shows up again in her first period class, she’s determined to get some answers. He may be perfect on the outside, but with one look into his eyes, Wren discovers his mind is also perfect … perfectly empty.
Or is there something he doesn’t want her to see there that will put her and anyone near her in danger?
Wren has a secret. She can read people’s thoughts. Except for one. That’s the premise of a strange and winding tale that takes you on a roller coaster ride through this story. This author has a fluent writing style that makes this an easy read. There’s a love story mixed in with some great action, all of which stays well within a range that makes this an appropriate read for even very young young adult readers. There’s a slow build through the beginning of the story and then you are left with a BIG cliffhanger at the end. I hope the second book in the series isn’t too far off because I can’t wait to find out what happens.