Book Review: What We Saw at Night by Jacquelyn Mitchard

March 7, 2013 at 8:29 pm Leave a comment

WhatWeSawAtNightThree best friends, all allergic to the sun. They go out at night, roaming the streets of their small town to have fun and feel normal.

They get their thrills performing Parkour stunts, running, jumping, and swinging from statues, buildings and balconies, feeling even more powerful doing all this in the dark of night.

It’s all in the fun of avoiding the sun, until they land on the wrong balcony and witness something they shouldn’t have seen. Something that will bring an unforseen danger into their lives, challenge their friendships, and bring their secrets into the light.

This is a great read if you like suspenseful stories where everything someone thought they knew was turned upside-down. The friends’ quest for adventure through Parkour and their desire to live life to the fullest before their disease kills them makes them a team you can root for as they try to find out what really happened and what secrets the others know.  What We Saw at Night by Jacquelyn Mitchard is now available at the library.

Reviewed by:
Katie Clark, Teen Librarian


Entry filed under: book reviews, new books.

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