A young girl'sparanormal gift--or is it a curse?--of sight makes her the target of a murderous madmanin Landry's (Mirror Deep,2012) shadowy thriller.
Ten-year-old Emmainherited psychic powers from her paternal grandmother, Dottie, including theability to see into the past and future and have out-of-body experiences. Butthe craft is a source of shame for her hotheaded father, who has made Emmasuppress her skills and speak of them to no one. Her talents don't stay secretfor long, though. When Emma unintentionally sees a serial killer of young girlsand reveals herself to him, she becomes his next intended victim.
Suspecting somethingamiss, teacher Christina Tyler contacts her ex-boyfriend, detective Hank Apple,and Emma reluctantly begins tohelp him on the dangerous case. Landry's characters are beautifully written,full of subtleties and complications. Emma in particular is superblydrawn--stoic, clever, yet still a child who will curl up with a teddy bear forcomfort ... READ MORE: kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/joss-landry/i-can-see-you/