Friday, August 29, 2014

Future Flash by Kita Helmetag Murdock

Laney is a young girl that knows that she is different.  Her first memory tells her so -- being left on Walt's (the father figure in her life) doorstep as a baby.  She was simply too young for this memory to be planted into her brain.  That first memory is not the only anomaly.  She can also see into the future, what she calls "future flashes."  When Lyle moves into town, she has hope for a new friend, but one of her fiery flashes may just make that impossible.  If Laney can make amends, she may find a savior in the past, present, and future.  Unfortunately, the odds are not in her favor.

Future Flash is a quick read with just enough action to keep me turning the pages.  I instantly liked Laney.  I instantly liked Lyle.  And, their relationship was instantly complicated, just like a number of other bonds throughout the story.  These complications allowed the read to not only be multidimensional, but also realistic - a combination that I enjoyed for the few hours that it took me to read from cover to cover.

Thank you to the author, Kita Murdock for a review copy of this book in exchange for my genuine thoughts on the story.

Have you had the pleasure of meeting Laney and Lyle?  What did you think of their story?

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