Oh, Nancy Werlin, so hit or miss. I've previously mentioned my feelings on many of her other books, but suffice it to say that her newer material is light years away in quality from her older stuff. This one was okay, the supernatural elements were thankfully toned down (they work extremely well in Impossible and Extraordinary, can't say the same for the rest...), and it ends up being more of a story about a girl coping with her brother's death, and trying to figure out the complicated circumstances surrounding it, including finding an undercover drug smuggling ring at her school. It's not a bad book, it's not a particularly well-written or original book either, but I've seen much worse.
Rating: Very 'meh'. 3/5