What’s worse than having telepathy in high school? Having telepathy in high school, and then losing it. When class 10B got their flu shots and developed the unexpected side effect of telepathy, it seemed like the worse thing ever. But two years later, they’ve got used to their powers. They’ve even come to like them. And as they prepare to leave school, they’re all making exciting plans – plans that involve them being Espies. So when one by one they suddenly begin to lose their powers, they know they can’t let it happen. Can they save their telepathy before it’s too late? Or will they have to learn how to survive without them once again?
I received a free copy of this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
This is the seond in the Don’t Even Think About It series, not quite as good as the first one but still an excellent book. I liked how we saw the growth in the characters and their relationships. It was a great idea to have them dealing with the lose of their powers instead of the gain like the first book.
Olivia was still my favourite character, her anxiousness was back but about completely different things. I found it just as exciting at the first book and as much full of wonder. I didn’t like who Cooper became, that’s mainly why I rated this 4stars instead of 5. Cooper was completely different from the first book and to me the two version of him did not make sense together.
I loved the ending, it was all wrapped up nicely and made me smile. Although I would love to read more about these great characters I am glad it has come to an end since much more would feel forced rather the story flowing well.
4 out of 4 stars.