by Cheryl Rainfield
All her life, Kate has had asthma that's so bad it could kill her at any moment.
All her life, Kate has had visions about the people around her.
All her life, Kate has only had those visions when she's in the middle of an asthma attack.
All her life, no one has believed her.
Now there's Gil and he believes her.
But will that matter as her attacks become more frequent, more painful, and more deadly?
Will that matter as she watches her sister be beaten and murdered in those visions?
Final thoughts: The premise is cool, but the writing is sloppy and choppy. The characters around Kate, especially her parents, keep changing. They are completely inconsistent. The dialogue is poorly written and unbelievable. Kate's relationship with Gil doesn't seem organic, but rather forced to forward the plot. I really wish this was better because the idea is fascinating. It's too bad the execution is so poor.