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by Brendan Reichs
Min Wilder has been murdered every day on her even day birthdays since she was eight. This year, her sixteenth, was no different. What is different is that the world seems to be falling apart. Meteors, tsunamis, earthquakes, all threaten to destroy the earth. Nothing makes sense, so when she finds out that she's not the only one with these same experiences, she's flooded with relief.
However, that relief is short-lived. Min realizes that events she experienced as a child, weren't what she thought. People that she trusted, weren't who they said they were. And now she doesn't know who to trust.
I have to admit that I did not see the end of this book coming. It took me totally by surprise. This story is fast paced and the characters are deep and well developed. I would not recommend it for middle school as the violence is pretty severe. However, I would highly recommend it for high school students.