Split Second (Pivot Point #2)
Addie has always been able to see the future when faced with a choice, but that doesn't make her present any easier. Her boyfriend used her. Her best friend betrayed her. So when Addie's dad invites her to spend her winter break with him in the Norm world, she jumps at the chance. There she meets... show more
Addie has always been able to see the future when faced with a choice, but that doesn't make her present any easier. Her boyfriend used her. Her best friend betrayed her. So when Addie's dad invites her to spend her winter break with him in the Norm world, she jumps at the chance. There she meets the handsome and achingly familiar Trevor. He's a virtual stranger to her, so why does her heart do a funny flip every time she sees him? But after witnessing secrets that were supposed to stay hidden, Trevor quickly seems more suspicious of Addie than interested in her. She wants to change that.Laila, her best friend, has a secret of her own: she can restore Addie's memories . . . once she learns how. But there are powerful people who don't want this to happen. Desperate, Laila tries to manipulate Connor, a brooding bad boy from school—but he seems to be the only boy in the Compound immune to her charms. And the only one who can help her.In the suspenseful sequel to Pivot Point, Addie tries desperately to retrieve her lost memories and piece together a world she thought she knew before she loses the love she nearly forgot.
Publish date: February 11th 2014
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Pivot Point (#2)
I put off reading this book because I wasn't sure that I really wanted to. I liked the somewhat ambiguous ending of the first book and wished there wasn't a sequel. But now I'm glad there was a sequel and I'm very glad I read it. This book alternates between following Addie and following Laila, wh...
I have to say I'm semi-disappointed with Split Second. Pivot Point, the first book in this series was a nearly flawless novel and one of my favourites of 2013. I was expecting a similar reaction to the sequel, but unfortunately it didn't quite get there. Now don't get me wrong, I still loved this bo...
Split Second is the sequel to Pivot Point which I reviewed here. It's actually better if you read that first. With the way things ended in the first book, it's not surprising that Addie wants a break from it all by spending time away from the Compound with her dad who has situated himself neatly in ...
I enjoy reading books written by Kasie West. Truly, I do. I don't have much to say about Split Second other than I expected more than what we are given in this sequel. Addison, Laila and Trevor are great characters, but I thought their stories were rushed and the romances were kind of juvenile....
I think I loved Pivot Point more than I loved Split Second; however, I'm sure that I love the developments and new characters introduced in Split Second even more. Pivot Point was more of an emotional undertone and Split Second seems to be projecting more of an intriguing, suspenseful plot device. ...