Laurel, 13 and angry at both of her divorced parents, spends a joyous summer discovering new friends that share her psi...

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MIND-FIND

Laurel, 13 and angry at both of her divorced parents, spends a joyous summer discovering new friends that share her psi talents. The summer ends when she uses her talent as a finder to help rescue children lost during a flood. The experience is doubly traumatic because of the emotions she shares with the lost children--and because she is forced to reveal her talent. But it does bring her closer to her father, a psi researcher, and to her new stepfather, who helps her find a school, the House of Logran, for people like her. The second in a projected series of five books about the House of Logran, Mind-Find lacks the tension and drive of the earlier Mind-Hold. Everything is a little too easy, and the book rumbles with the sound of scenery being moved into place for the next act. Even so, the story has exciting moments; and the sense of finding a true and close family holds true.

Pub Date: March 1, 1988

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 208

Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 15, 1988