Book Review: Don’t Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski

April 9, 2014 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

DontEvenThinkAboutIt“We might not have all been friends before this, but there was nothing like having ESP to bond you to a person.”

Sophomore class homeroom 10B went in for flu shots and came out telepathic. Is this the greatest side effect in history or the worst thing to ever happen to them?

My review: Be honest, haven’t you ever wished you could read someone’s mind? But ask yourself if you’d want other people reading yours. 10B has to band together, and the only weird part of this book was that the narrator was all of them together as we. But once you get used to it, it does add something unique to the book. They all know everything about each other whether they want to or not, the funny stuff, the embarrassing stuff, and the heartbreaking stuff. Will they be able to keep their secret? Read it and find out!

Reviewed by: Katie Clark, Teen Librarian

 

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