by Kiersten White
Published by: Harperteen
Released on: February 19th, 2013
*Please note, this review was based from an ARC*
I am a huge fan of Kierten White's first series, so I was a bit hesitant to read this one. I didn't want to be disappointed. But, I went ahead and gave it a chance, and loved it! Kiersten has amazing talent and I am eager to fill my shelves with more of her work.
Mind Games is based on two sisters who have supposedly had the privilege of living and going to school in a private location. Truth be told, there are hidden meanings behind this said privilege and things aren't what they seem. With no parents, it's just Fia and Anne. Fia can be like a loose cannon at times but she means the best. Having to look out for her blind sister and having all the responsibility fall on her shoulders is a heavy weight for her to carry.
Anne has the occasional vision where she can see things that are going to happen. Being blind, yet having visions, she still cannot look forward to them because the visions usually lead to nothing but trouble. Fia would do anything for Anne, but she hates the school that they are in. Fia doesn't see it as a privilege at all but another obstacle she must overcome and defeat. Anne feels safe there. Learning new things about herself and finding friends, she feels at home. But when the truth is unveiled, choices have to be made. Not everyone will understand these choices but with what's on the line. Fia is tired of the orders, and she has finally taken things into her own hands. But what will this mean?
Received for review purposes from the publisher.