By Jill Hathaway

Vee Bell is certain of one unshakeable truth. Sophie was murdered. But how can she prove it?

Everyone thinks Vee is narcoleptic, but her secret condition is far more terrifying. When Vee passes out she slides into other people’s minds and can see the world through their eyes. It’s been happening for long enough that she thinks she’s gotten a handle on it. But nothing prepares her for sliding into someone holding a bloody knife, standing over someone’s body.

Vee wishes she could share her secret, but who would believe her? She can’t bring herself to tell her best friend, let alone the police. But when someone else ends up dead, Vee knows she must find a way to unmask the killer before they strike again.

Slide is a killer read written with a brilliant and super-slick style that will leave you breathless.

Format: ebook
Ageband: from 13
Release Date: 01 Mar 2012
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-744638-4
Jill Hathaway grew up in Iowa where she graduated from theUniversity of Northern Iowa. She subsequently received her MA in Literature from Iowa State University and now teaches, writes and lives with her husband and small daughter in the Des Moines area.

'Jill Hathaway provides a fresh, vibrant voice to young adult literature. Skillfully filled with drama and tension, SLIDE is part mystery, part romance, and wholly engaging with its strong heroine and tornado-worthy twists. I simply could not put this book down.' Laurie Stolarz, author of the DEADLY LITTLE SECRET series -

'Heartbreaking and heart-pounding at the same time! A wonderful, intense story, SLIDE had me hooked from the first moment Vee slid into someone else's mind. I stayed up way too late because I had to see how it ended.' Cynthia Hand, author of the UNEARTHLY series -

'SLIDE consumed me. Intense and powerful. A mystery filled with romance and raw emotion. SLIDE is one of those extraordinary reads that stays with you long after you close the book.' Sophie Jordan, author of the FIRELIGHT series -

'An intriguing whodunit.' Kirkus -

'An emotionally taut mystery with depth.' Publishers Weekly, starred review -