Sketchy

Sketchy

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The first book in a series about 17 year old Bea Washington, an edgy, charismatic outsider and recovering addict, who discovers that with her newfound sobriety, she has a disturbing new skill: an ability to see, and draw, people's thoughts. Alarmingly, these visions are only getting stronger and increasing in frequency. As another girl in school is raped and left for dead, Bea must come to terms with her talent, learn to face her own truth, and try to help identify and stop the killer before he strikes again.
Publisher: Las Vegas, NV : Amazon Children's Publishing [2013]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781477816509
147781650X
Branch Call Number: / FICTION SAMMS OLIVIA
Characteristics: 236 pages ; 22 cm

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Bea Washington is a recovering drug addict who is starting a new life just out of rehab. She is also a psychic with the ability draw what other people are thinking. Her ability pulls her into a violent crime case which threatens her stability. (236 p. Gr 9-12)


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Lorraine96 May 02, 2014

This book had a unique and cool storyline. Sadly, the execution was horrible, I was so excited to read a book told from the point of view of an African-American/Italian girl, you don't really see that often. But the dialogue and the characters were horrible. The sidekick was a gay character and that had me so excited but god, Olivia Samms made me hate him, constantly bringing up his sexuality and all the backhand comments she made about him were horrible. The author constantly called the protagonist African American hair 'nappy'. Ugh, Don't bother wasting your time reading this book.

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