Perfect for fans of Sliding Doors, Kasie West’s riveting novel Pivot Point follows a girl with the power to see her potential futures. Addison Coleman’s life is one. Perfect for fans of Sliding Doors, Kasie West’s riveting novel Pivot Point follows a girl with the power to see her potential n. Perfect for fans of Sliding Doors, Kasie West’s riveting novel Pivot Point follows a girl with the power to see her potential n Coleman’s life.
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I’ve never read anything like it!
Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. And not when the relationship pointlessly spans half the book without Addie really figuring out whether there’s any consequence to her picking one parent to live with over the other.
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It was devastating when we finished the books. Does anyone respond to a line like ‘sorry honey but your dad and I haven’t had a working relationship in years even though you’ve never noticed but we’re telling you now and by the way we’re divorcing’ with ‘oh ok how strange but now let me think about which one of you I want to live with’ – really? With the help of her best friend, she looks forward six weeks and uncovers wedt only the chance of finding love in both futures, but also the possibility that danger, secrets, and obsession may destroy the lives of those she cares about the most.
In one future Addie is living with her mom in the life she’s always known and is being pursued by the most popular guy in school. The chapter headings were a fun little touch to distinguish between 2 different stories which took place in the PARA special powers community and the NORM normal community.
It is so beautiful and I kasi how it shows the reflected futures, even though I wish the girl had curly hair in one side and a stripe pivpt blue in the other. Pivot Point was a pretty good and interesting book. From the witty dialogue, the mystery, the uniqueness of the story, to the character development of Addie. But then she Searches six weeks into the future, and she realizes that she’s faced with the most difficult decisions in her life.
At some point, it was too fluffy it has become a bit of a drag. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. But this book is nothing like anything I have read before.
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I just wanted to let you know about a typo in the book Pivot Point for the next printing On pageLine This side of the story westt more interesting because this life was new and different to Addie. Pivot Point is an incredibly light, sweet, and at times heart-warming and funny read that deals with some pretty common – and at times heavy – topics such as divorce, moving, and trust, and each and every one of those topics and more are executed with a clear expert hand.
There were several unexpected things that occur towards the end. In case it wasn’t clear: Another enjoyable aspect in the book. Anonymous July 20, at 9: Exaclty, me melting and dripping on the floor.
Two different lives, two different jasie, two different pkint. It just felt like any typical world in a YA novel. Ora mi chiedo se lei si sia innamorata veramente di lui in ogni caso, pigot se sia stata la forza e la prepotenza del suo potere.
Oh, and the ending is such a maturely promising but non-obvious one that I was somewhat disappointed to find there is a sequel planned.
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Their books were intriguing, book yours really caught my attention. My dad is going to analyze Rowan’s answer to a question about enjoyment? Per quanto possa essere frizzante e briosa, se incontrassi qualcuno come lei nella mia vita le starei assolutamente alla larga.
In your pocket is your most recent wad of book-money, which you had intended to spend on your ever-growing collection of books about vampires. Addie’s parents are getting a divorce. Books by Kasie West. Both were potentially swoon worthy romances!
And that’s what the plot is about: That makes me smile. Should she stay with her mother, friends, people with whom she’s alike and with everyhing she has known, or leave her old life behind for the sake of being with the person she loves most and an unexplored future?
I used to absolutely love paranormal YA, but lately it’s been so inundated with mediocre and bizarre crap that I’ve been leaning more towards character driven contemporary stuff instead. It just felt so simple.
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Sometimes, I’m so stupid when it comes to reading, I swear. Although the plot could use a little more movement, I still find it very unique as it wewt around Addison who lives in a top secret community where all people are endowed with super psychological powers.
Pivot Point Book 1 Hardcover: I laughed so much because he was so funny and together they were the cutest couple Note to self: