Hott Synopsis:

There are no secrets.

There is nothing that you can hide.

Through a strange sequence of events we’ve come to know that’s a lie.

It’s all a lie.

We have been injected with a wonderful strain of drug that allows us to hear all of your thoughts you can’t keep anything from us. We know all, and it almost destroyed us.

Hott Review:

I really enjoyed Don’t Even Think About It. It was the most fun afternoon I’ve spent reading in quite some time! I enjoyed hearing all the different perspectives thoughts and reactions by the students when they found out they had ESP; especially as they weren’t able help hearing what other people thought about them.

My only issue with the book is it there is quite a lot of cursing and quotation hooking up and quotation that doesn’t seem to be necessary. Umm no there’s no graphic nature just talk of that and drugs it was kind of disturbing that it was such a prolific part of the teams live.


Author: Sarah Mlynowski
Source: Delacorte Press via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Ages: 16+
Steam: YA
Setting: Manhatten, NY

Author Bio:

Sarah is the author of BRAS & BROOMSTICKS, FROGS & FRENCH KISSES, SPELLS & SLEEPING BAGS and PARTIES & POTIONS—all in the YA ‘Magic in Manhattan’ series, as well as GIMME A CALL and the upcoming TEN THINGS WE DID (AND PROBABLY SHOULDN’T HAVE). Along with Lauren Myracle and E. Lockhart, she also wrote HOW TO BE BAD.

Sarah’s five novels for adults, MILKRUN, FISHBOWL, AS SEEN ON TV, MONKEY BUSINESS and ME VS. ME, were published by Red Dress Ink. She also co-wrote a guide to writing chick lit (SEE JANE WRITE), co-edited two bestselling charity collections (GIRLS’ NIGHT IN and GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT), and contributed to various anthologies (AMERICAN GIRLS ABOUT TOWN, SIXTEEN: STORIES ABOUT THAT SWEET AND BITTER BIRTHDAY, 21 PROMS, FIRST KISS (THEN TELL), FIREWORKS and VACATIONS FROM HELL).

Sarah’s books have been translated into twenty-one languages. Originally from Montreal, she now lives and writes in New York City.

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5 Replies to “Review | Don’t Even Think About It”

    1. I loved the cover & the synopsis. I even greatly enjoyed the book. There were just times that it was really sad and all I could do was to hope that’s not what teens are seeing in their schools. Unfortunately, that’s probably a tame version of what they’re seeing…

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