Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Imposter by Jill Hathaway - ADVISABLE

Hathaway, Jill  Imposter, 261 pgs.  Balzer and Bray (HarperCollins), 2013.  $9.99  Content: Language: PG-13 (55 swears); Mature Content: PG-13; Violence: PG-13.    

Vee has the gift (and sometimes curse) of being able to slide into other people’s bodies and controlling them.  Lately, however, she finds that someone is slipping into her body and controlling her.  While trying to play a prank on a bully at school, Vee is taken over and when she wakes the bully is at the bottom of a ravine.  While Vee and her friends try to figure out the mystery, Vee also has to deal with some family drama.   

I like the characters in this book and the mystery has you guessing along with the main character.  The plot line moves quickly and this is an easy book to recommend because it has mystery, romance and a good main character.  This is a sequel to the book Slide and I highly recommend reading the first book before reading this one-it’s not a stand-alone.  The mature content is one sexual reference.   

MS, HS-ADVISABLE.  Reviewer, C. Peterson.

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