Publisher: Sherryl Clark (Aust) Kane Miller (USA)
Copyright Year: 2014
Review By: Vikki Petraitis
Book Synopsis: Sherryl Clark has hit of a winner here. Her teen protagonist, Sasha, is plucky and struggling both with moving away from where she grew up, but also coming to terms with her growing psychic ability. At the same time, she has a pesky younger brother, and is coping with a mother who has deserted the family. It is a testament to Clark’s skill as a writer that the transition to Sasha hearing the police dog, King’s, thoughts is flawless and believable. Although the book contains the murder of an elderly local woman, the book contains no graphic violence and would suit readers in their early teens upwards. Highly recommended.