Book about girl who can see death dates
Numbers (Numbers, #1) by Rachel Ward
When by Victoria Laurie
High school junior Maddie Fynn has always seen the numbers, even before she understood what numbers were. Years later, Mrs. Everything else — Okay, that sounds kind of broad but, seriously, this book was about as perfect as a book gets. It was everything I love in a good, taut, suspenseful read. The premise of this book snagged my attention right away, and I thought it was done very well.
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