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Annie and Fia (Mind Games) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B00E7RX68K
- Publisher : HarperTeen (3 December 2013)
- Language : English
- File size : 735 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 51 pages
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Having been blind since she was four years old, Annie was understandably startled when she suddenly was able to see for a brief moment. But what she saw was unsettling and would change the lives of her and her younger sister Fia forever. In the aftermath of their parents' untimely deaths, Fia has helped to look after Annie and help her through daily life, forging a bond between them that is rather strong. When on school skiing trip, Fia finds out what her limits are in protecting her sister when she's provided a strange task to accomplish from Annie's appointed caretaker, setting the basis for future tasks that she won't easily be able to turn back from.
As a prequel to Mind Games, which I haven't read, this story entices readers with just enough intriguing information to read on to the larger narrative to find out more. There were interesting mental abilities mentioned for various characters, which sets each character up to have their particular strengths and affiliated flaws associated with those abilities. With brief chapters within this short story, the narrative jumps randomly between different periods of time before and after Keane, which, while helping to fill out a better understanding of how the sisters came to be where they are, did have a rather disjointed feeling to it.
This is a great read for anyone. If you haven't read any of Kiersten's books yet, then read this and you will dive into her books!