What would it be like to slide into someones mind and see what they're seeing? To know things about them that no one else does? Well for Vee it's as easy as touching something that a person has an emotional connection too. In some ways I think it would be neat to see what others see. You could actually say I've walked the mile in that persons shoes. Then there's that feeling of "oh no" invading someones privacy is just wrong. What if you could help find a killer though?
Vee knows that Sophie didn't kill herself, that it was murder, but how do you tell people that when you can't really explain how you know.
So begins the mystery and unraveling of the classic who dun it scenerio. A teacher with a history to hide, a new kid who's too friendly, a best friend who's been distant, backstabbing friends, an ex. I absolutely adore mysteries, before reading YA that was my poison, when I read it was the likes of Mary Higgins Clark. What better way to enjoy a book then to have a mystery wrapped up with a little paranormal twist.
Slide was one of those mysteries where you're thinking it's got to be this person. I mean no one else has "that killer vibe", but then when you find out who it is...it just throws you for a loop. Jill Hathaway did an awesome job at keeping you on your toes, keeping you wanting to know, keeping you guessing. Even with the supposed suicide/ killer on the loose Ms. Hathaway managed to squeeze in a bit of romance between our main character and you guessed it the mysterious new kid.
Definitely can't wait to read the next book Imposter.