THE EXTRAORDINARY SECRETS OF APRIL, MAY AND JUNE
This reads like a secret childhood fantasy come true, you’ll feel like you did playing make-believe as a kid. The characters are well developed and the plot (while overdone) is enjoyable.
After their parents’ divorce, sisters April, May and June move to a new town. Dealing with being the new girl, June just wants to be popular when the unexpected happens: Moody May disappears while driving the girls home from school. Soon April is seeing the future, June is reading minds, and their mom is … going on a date. April sees a terrible vision. Can their sisterhood save them? (RAZORBILL, Aug., 288 pp., $16.99, ISBN: 9781595142863, HC, 12 & Up)