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Pivot Point

Pivot Point - Kasie West OVERALL IMPRESSION: I loved every second of this book. Once I actually sat down to read for a little bit, I didn't want to stop, it made me want to neglect everything else I had to do.

About halfway through, I caught some foreshadowing that almost made me not want to read any more because I was afraid of what might happen later. Then, two seconds later I was flipping the pages of the book again.

Usually stories that jump back and forth confuse me and leave me feeling lost, but this didn't do that at all. I was engaged with both alternatives and I needed to keep reading them both equally.

The ending of the book was incredible. It was so exciting and intense. I cannot wait for the next book in the series to be released.

CHARACTERS: I really liked the main character, Addie. She is very easy to relate to and I believe all of her feelings. My favorite character in the book is Trevor. He is very sweet and caring.

COVER: I really like the cover. I like what they did with the one clear image of the girl and the other faded image of the same girl.

**I received an ARC of this book from Amazon Vine for my honest review.