Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Review: SLIDE by Jill Hathaway

Sylvia, A.K.A. “Vee,” has a strange ability—she can get inside people’s heads, seeing through their eyes, with a mere touch of an object. She calls it “sliding.” Cool!

With pink hair and a sleeping disorder, Vee is not your typical high school student. Things get interesting when she suddenly slides into what looks like a murder. But who did it and how will she find out before he strikes again?

I admit that the first time she slid, it was confusing, but, fortunately, you get the hang of it and don’t lose sight of the story.

Simple and mediocre, but yet compelling. You just have to know who the killer is.

My rating: 3.5 stars

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