Think Twice

What s worse than having telepathy in high school Having telepathy in high school, and then losing it When class 10B got their flu shots and developed the unexpected side effect of telepathy, it seemed like the worse thing ever But two years later, they ve got used to their powers They ve even come to like them And as they prepare to leave school, they re all making eWhat s worse than having telepathy in high school Having telepathy in high school, and then losing it When class 10B got their flu shots and developed the unexpected side effect of telepathy, it seemed like the worse thing ever But two years later, they ve got used to their powers They ve even come to like them And as they prepare to leave school, they re all making exciting plans plans that involve them being Espies So when one by one they suddenly begin to lose their powers, they know they can t let it happen Can they save their telepathy before it s too late Or will they have to learn how to survive without them once again
Think Twice What s worse than having telepathy in high school Having telepathy in high school and then losing it When class B got their flu shots and developed the unexpected side effect of telepathy it seeme

  • Title: Think Twice
  • Author: Sarah Mlynowski
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Think Twice”

    1. Think Twice was the unexpected but ever so cute sequel to Mlynowski’s 2014 release, Don't Even Think About It. With two years between the release of the original book and the sequel, it was understandable that I was nervous going into Think Twice when I had little to no real recollection of the first book. Oops! Luckily, the sneaky inclusion of a well-placed “report” (*cough* character guide *cough*) in the prologue made it more than easy to slip back in the world and the storyline flowed [...]

    2. I enjoyed the slightly different concept to this book and OMG that last chapter cave me actual CHILLS like kudos to you Sarah Mlynowski.

    3. Well, well, well a very enjoyable a quick read. Also a really great ending - I love a mastermind ;). P.S: Always watch the quiet ones, no plans a murder out loud

    4. About a year ago I completely hit the randomizer button and picked up Don’t Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski. I don’t think anyone recommended it to me; I just spotted it on and bought it. And I was so glad I did! It was a really fun read about a group of high school sophomores who develop extra sensory perception from a mutated batch of flu vaccinations. Imagine how excited I was, therefore, when I found out she’d written a sequel! Think Twice picks up a couple of years after Don [...]

    5. think twice really good book for quick read. i did like her writing style that attract the readers and her way to wrap everything up. the novel about telepathy kids and they have losing it. the novel suitable for teenagers."if i were you, i'd think twice.meone might be listening"

    6. A cute fluff sequel to follow up the cute fluff first book. Not a lot of depth, but rather enjoyable to read. I like how the author wrapped everything up.

    7. TBH, I liked the first book much better, still this was a good book.I had been so excited to read this book, but it's kind of disappointment.It took me 4-5 days to finish reading this book *embarrassed* While reading this book, I started hating some of the characters which I loved in the first book.For example, I was in loved with Olivia and Cooper, but I found them annoying in this one. She was so obsessive, which is normal, but still I found her annoying. I did not like Cooper, he turned into [...]

    8. I liked reading this book it was really interesting and cool to imagine telepathy in a whole class and then losing it. I recommend this book it was really interesting.

    9. It was an easy book. I had chosen it because I liked the idea of telepathy and this combined with high school drama seemed pretty awesome. This is the first book where Telepathy is a thing used by multiple persons (more than two) and in the beginning it was something to get used to, but later on I really liked the element it brought to the story.Another thing I had to get used to where the many characters. The story didn't focus on one character but rather on multiple characters. In fact on a wh [...]

    10. I received a free copy of this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the seond in the Don't Even Think About It series, not quite as good as the first one but still an excellent book. I liked how we saw the growth in the characters and their relationships. It was a great idea to have them dealing with the lose of their powers instead of the gain like the first book.Olivia was still my favourite character, her anxiousness was back but about completely different things. I fou [...]

    11. It's two years after the class got telepathy and now they're starting to lose it, and for some this is a bigger problem than others! A pretty staple conclusion to the story, even if it did feel more character driven than plot driven. The multiple character focalisation was really effective, and I didn't find myself getting lost. One of the most interesting things about this book is that it's narrated in third person but there's a 'we' element and finally at the end we got to know which Espie was [...]

    12. I'm so excited to get my hands on this! Really enjoyed the first book, so I'm hoping this one is going to fantastic too! Loving the matching covers too - so glad I bought the paperback, hahaha.

    13. I don't know where to start! But the ending is amazing! I loved it! I mean, PLOT TWIST (hopefully that didn't count as a spoiler) IT WAS SUCH A GOOD ENDING!! =D During some of the middle parts, it dragged just a little, but for the most part, it was fast paced and really easy to finish quickly. I love the characters and I am really happy with how everything turned out. Definitely, recommend for teenagers who like a bit of romance, some deception, and if you are interested in what life would be l [...]

    14. This book was pretty good, however, it was not as good as the first one. To be honest, I don't think "Don't Even Think About It" really needed a sequel. It was perfectly fine without one. But I just wanted to read it out of boredom, I guess. (view spoiler)[ I mean I expected everyone to lose their telepathy/ESP, and that happened. Which was boring. At the end everyone lost it and they were fine. It was nice to see that they got other powers when they started taking supplements. I kind of liked t [...]

    15. 4.5 stars. I read this book on the plane in about 3 1/2 hours. It was so different from the first one. From the writing style to the characters 'new' personalities. It was very enjoyable and such a fun read. It wasn't 5 stars as I was slightly disappointed by the ending. I felt as if it was such a good ending, but not written so well. The ideas were all there they just needed to be better developed.

    16. OMG I loved it. I'm so glad BJ and Tess made up and I'm happy that Pi found her someone. I wish that Mackenzie and Cooper got back together bc I didn't really like Olivia in this book she was wayyy to clingy. I didn't get it at first but when I finally realized Brinn was the one who still has ESP. The whole book was awesome and I'm hoping for a high school reunion one now anyone with me?

    17. The first book was better, I cared more about the characters, in this one I kind of forgot about them or why I loved them in the first place. The plot was almost non-existent, but that twist in the end was amazing, did not see it coming!

    18. Even though I absolutely loved the first book in this duo, I thought the second book was by far more of an interesting read. I felt it was a very unexpected storyline which made it an even better read.

    19. This sequel perfectly compliments 'Don't Even Think About It'. I loved the first book and loved this one even more. The ending surprised me in a weird but really good way and I enjoyed seeing the development of characters throughout this book. Highly recommend the first and this.

    20. It was AWESOME. Finally got to discover who was narrating the story. It was mind blowing!! Who knew it was Brinn all along, so scary, once you know that lots of things and details sort of click in the story. I'm still amused

    21. More annoying than the first. Full of boring teen drama that not even the "surprise twist" at the end could redeem.

    22. Truly enjoyedIt was the best ending to a 2 book series. I'm in love with the sale of writing and the story it self. Couldn't have thought of a better way for it to end

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