Mally and Merry Brynn thought that with the death of David Jellico, their nightmarish visions of the future and past were gone for good. Now, Merry’s only worries revolve around cheer tryouts, and Mally has slipped back into her homebody, tomboy ways. Then a cheerleader lands in the hospital. And a mysterious, beautiful mountain lion is maimed. When they begin to suspect their friend Eden was involved in both events, Merry and Mally are catapulted back into a world of visions that they do not yet understand. And this time, they must race to prevent the people they love most from unspeakable tragedy.
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Jacquelyn Mitchard is the national bestselling author of The Breakdown Lane, Twelve Times Blessed, and The Deep End of the Ocean, which was the very first book picked by Oprah for her book club. She also has several children's books to her credit: Baby Bat's Lullaby, Starring Prima!, and Rosalie, My Rosalie. Jackie lives outside Madison, Wisconsin, with her husband and eight children.From School Library Journal:
Grade 6–9—In this sequel (2009) to Jacquelyn Mitchard's Midnight Twins (2008, both Razorbill), 14-year-old twins with psychic abilities—Meredith sees the past and Mallory sees the future—have been experiencing dreams and visions involving a haunting and a white mountain lion. This is soon followed by a mysterious accident involving a cheerleader. The rest of the story focuses on how the twins try to understand what the visions and dreams mean, and in so doing, they are each drawn into the secrets of their friends. Meredith tries to help an emotionally fragile and depressed girl who is beginning to hang out with the wrong crowd. Mallory attempts to understand and support her best friend who a member of a Native American tribe. With the introduction of elements of a Native American legend involving shape shifters and shamanism, the slow-moving story picks up speed. Emily Durante's narration captures the timbre and nuances of the teens, but sometimes their voices sound so similar that it is difficult to figure out who is speaking. Enough backstory is woven into this title that listeners do not have to be familiar with the earlier book. An additional purchase.—Mary Oluonye, Shaker Heights Public Library, OH
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