Having just moved from Detroit to New York, we meet Raine as she is preparing to register for 8th grade. Raine has a special gift; she collects people’s sparkles, which is a glimpse of a person’s memory.
Growing up, Raine lived with her grandmother, but after she died, Raine’s mother began taking care of her. Raine’s grandmother also had the ability to read sparkles.
Raine is quick to learn who the mean girls in the school are, but unfortunately two of them are in cross-country with her. While walking her dog, Raine sees a missing sign for Emily Huvar. Emily is a 13-year-old girl who disappeared a few months ago. Raine learns that she and her mother moved into Emily’s house.
As Raine delves into people’s memories, she learns enough to make her want to solve the case of Emily’s disappearance. Will she get to the bottom of the mystery or is there more to this case than just a missing girl?
I highly recommend this book. I was immediately drawn in and was enthralled until the end. This was a great mystery with plenty of twists and turns. The bullying throughout broke my heart a little, but unfortunately, it’s a harsh reality of what people go through in today’s society.
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