Pivot Point

I would recommend this book for ages thirteen and up.


This is a book that follows a girl named Addie Coleman, who goes to a school for kids with paranormal abilities. Addie is a searcher. If a searcher is given a choice, they can simply look into the future and see the outcome of both decisions, then make their choice depending on which of the two outcomes they prefer. That ability comes in handy when Addie finds out that her parents are going to get a divorce. She has to choose between staying with her mom in the paranormal world, or moving with her dad into the normal world. As Addie begins to search into her two futures she realizes that making this decision might be harder then she though. What happens when both futures involve a terrible tragedy?


I have now read three Kasie West books, and she is officially one of my favorite authors. Pivot Point was absolutely incredible, and one of my favorite reads of this year. I loved how unpredictable it was. At the beginning of the story, I thought that Addie’s decision was pretty obvious, but by the end of the book I had changed my mind multiple times. I loved how realistic the characters were, and Addie’s relationship with her best friend Laila was amazing. I have been trying to think of something that I disliked about this book, but I can not think of anything. I will definitely be recommending this book to all of my friends.



My favorite character was Trevor, because he was always trying to help Addie make the decision that benefited her instead of himself.

This book had minor romance, and minor violence that pertained to suicide and murder, and no swearing.

Five out of Five Stars

Author: Kasie West

Pages: 343

Buy Book Here: Amazon

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