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The Mind Readers by [Brighton, Lori]
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About the Author

Lori has a degree in Anthropology and worked as a museum curator. Deciding the people in her imagination were slightly more exciting than the dead things in a museum basement, she set out to become an author. Lori writes Romance novels for adults as well as Young Adult novels for all ages.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1270 KB
  • Print Length: 238 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lori Brighton (January 11, 2011)
  • Publication Date: January 11, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004FN1P1Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #301 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Mind Readers follows Cameron Winters. Cameron lives in a small town in Maine with her Grandmother. The secret that she & her grandmother share, that they can read minds, causes a daily struggle for Cameron to fit in with her peers. One tragic day she sees the dead body of her friend and hears her murderer. Lewis Douglas, a young gorgeous stranger who she believes to be the killer suddenly comes along. Lewis shows an interest in Cameron like no one else ever has. He treats her like she is normal. When everyone finds out Cameron's secret she goes away with Lewis to find others like her who will teach her who she could be if she trained.

Cameron has to struggle with her beliefs of right and wrong. She contends with her Grandmother's wishes to keep who & what they are a secret as well. In the beginning of this book, I found Cameron to be a little bit annoying. She had a tendency to be whiny while only using her gift to be friends with the most popular kids in school. Finally, in the middle of the book, Cameron starts showing some back bone and begins to stand up for herself. I love the way the author keeps you guessing throughout the entire book.

Cameron grows up so much from the beginning to the end of this book. She finally realizes the kind of person that she wants to be. I found myself heart broken along with Cameron when she finally makes a decision concerning Lewis. The author does a great job of making you feel the emotions of Cameron. I liked that more than just the main character is complex.

Lets talk a little bit about the other characters in this great book. Lewis is very surprising to me. He has such amazing depths to his character. Maddox had my attention from the first minute that he was introduced in this book.
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**The is a 4.5 Review**

When I was in the fourth grade my teacher posed a very interesting question. "Think about this long and hard" she said to us while scribbling the question across the chalkboard. "Because...no matter your answer, there are always repercussions."

The question was: "If you could have ANY super-power, what would it be and why?"

Not such difficult a question right? Wrong. See, the tricky part comes in the second part of her statement, not necessarily the question itself. "There are always repercussions."

Now, being in the fourth grade I didn't really concern myself with the inevitable repercussions Ms. Keister was referring to. I picked "Stop Time" because I wanted to check out (very stealthily) the really cute boy in the front of the class, but as I got older I finally started to understand the meaning of the original question, and why she worded it the way that she did. It was to teach a lesson; that regardless of how invincible we think we are, not matter our strength, our abilities or our beauty...everything you do or say will cause and action an a re-action.

The reason I bring this up (besides it being a very convenient tie-in) is because Cameron from "The Mind Readers" (by Lori Brighton) had to learn this the hard way. She was given a gift, and if used incorrectly, this gift had very horrifying repercussions.

Cameron Winters is a freak. Fortunately, no one but her family knows the truth ...that Cameron can read minds. For years Cameron has hidden behind a facade of normalcy, warned that there are those who would do her harm. When gorgeous and mysterious Lewis Douglas arrives he destroys everything Cameron has ever believed and tempts her with possibilities of freedom.
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I thought it had a great story line, but it left you confused and wondering where it was going the whole time - only to end in a cliff hanger. Even though there was a second book coming out, I feel the ending was much too vague. Nothing was resolved in the story at all. The characters were fairly well developed, and I liked the love story because it was unique. I did feel like the story was pretty repetitive at points.

Great read for teenagers overall
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The book starts out interesting with an explosion at a café and then a murdered girl's body floating at sea. But the action dwindles to nothing, with the heroine, Cameron Winters, basically meditating away at a gifted people's resort. Readers watch her improve her mind reading abilities by her meditating after her instructor's guided imagery. YAWN. And this happens up to 50% of the storyline. Yuck.

Why do I say the author is lazy? Well, I feel she can add more depth to the story and to the characters.

The café explosion was just a hook to grab readers into the story. We don't know why the bomber did it, we don't know what happen to the bomber, and we don't see anybody at the cafe who is affected by the explosion. All of that just to show the heroine feeling guilty for being a coward. Later on, with the murdered girl, the author is lazy with this part of the story. The author did not let the readers get to know about the murdered girl nor the killer. Most important, we don't know why he killed her. Did the author put this in as another example to show how gifted the heroine is at reading minds and doing almost nothing? I mean, really, this murdered girl and killer could be left out of the story and it wouldn't affect the ending. And the killer was put into jail so quickly, I'm left wondering, 'what' and 'how' One day, the killer was hanging out with the high school students, and the next day, the students are gossiping at school about how he's arrested for the murder. We don't get to see him being arrested. We don't get to see the evidence, except from the heroine reading his mind that he killed her. The heroine didn't know how he killed her or why.

I was tempted to give up after 50%, but decide to continue reading to the end.
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