Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory (20/52)

The dynamics of any family can be entertaining. Throw into the mix con-artists, tricksters, and true psychic powers and you’ve got a novel that teases you to look one way while it is pulling off something else. Although the beginning feels a little slow, by the last hundred pages, the intrigue and tension are ripe. The greatest trick of them all is you know the ending, but you don’t know how Gregory pulled it off. Fun story with some great characters.

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