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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