Review: The Possible by Tara Altebrando

The Possible by Tara Altebrando

The Possible is a short novel, but it’s packed with intrigue. Kaylee’s birth mother, Crystal, is serving life in prison for killing her little brother. Crystal has professed to have telekinetic powers that started when she was a teenager. When Kaylee is approached by a woman doing a podcast series on Crystal’s case, she cannot resist getting involved. It opens Pandora’s box for Kaylee. Suddenly everyone things she’s a freak. People are questioning her softball pitching abilities, wondering whether she too has mind powers.

I loved how contemporary this book is. The whole podcast aspect was pretty fascinating. Kaylee also had an adorable boy best friend. Not to mention the interesting popular jock love interest. This story had me wondering right along with Kaylee whether telekinesis was possible.

I couldn’t put this book down, just like Tara Altebrando’s last book. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

Rating: 4 Stars

The Possible
Tara Altebrando
Young Adult Fiction
Bloomsbury USA Childrens
June 6, 2017
Hardcover
304

What if…a teenage girl could move objects with her mind?

What if…someone turns up at her door asking questions she doesn’t want to answer?

Kaylee lives a normal life with her adoptive parents, and almost never thinks of her birth mother, Crystal, who is serving a life sentence in prison. But the woman at the front door is producing a podcast about Crystal that is about to blow Kaylee’s forgotten past wide open.

What if strange things have been happening Kaylee’s entire life, things she could not explain? What if she’s more like her mother than she ever imagined?

What if the podcast is about to put her on a collision course with Crystal—and her darkest self?

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