Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Shy, dreamy Emily Sanders is able to foresee future events with the gift of premonitions, but they aren't always quite right. With frustration, Emily can not yet manage to control her visions, and the other students usually don't take her seriously. As Emily works on controlling her gift and her premonitions become clearer, her classmates find themselves in a situation where they are forced to listen to her, but will it be too late?
- Paperback | 213 pages
- 129.54 x 195.58 x 17.78mm | 181.44g
- 13 Oct 2009
- New York, NY, United States
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School Library JournalEmily and her classmates are realistically drawn characters. . . . bond[s] [of friendship] that will ring true with the intended audience. . . . With both teen angst and tightly woven supernatural suspense, the book will have readers clamoring for the next volume.
About Marilyn Kaye
Marilyn Kaye is a former associate professor of library sciences and the best-selling author of numerous books and series, including "Replica." Her book, "Penelope," was made into feature film starring Christina Ricci.
Our customer reviews
Life is difficult for thirteen-year-old Emily. Not only are her visions consistently fuzzy, but her mother doesn't believe that she even has them. Add this to the fact that her latest visions show people in her Gifted class at school going missing, and you've got a heap of trouble. So when these visions start to actually come true, she's not sure what to do. Suddenly, the opportunity to save her friends presents itself. Will she rise to the challenge and free them, or get so caught up in the mess that she ends up bringing everyone down with her? HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW was a great look into a supernatural world where not everything is perfect and nothing happens the same way twice. I liked how Emily's powers weren't always helpful, as it seemed to make her more of an everyday person. Her visions sometimes didn't happen the way she sees them, or even at all, which adds mystery to the story - will her vision come true or not? I will be interested to read the rest of the GIFTED series and learn about all of the other characters!show moreby TeensReadToo