Wednesday, October 01, 2014


Author:  Jacqueline Mitchard
Genre:  YA Fiction, Standalone
Published:  2013
Personal Rating:  2/5 (not enjoyable)
Format/Narrator:  Audiobook/Rebecca Gibel
Yearly Count:  67

From NetGalley:
What We Saw at Night is the story of three outsiders, teens with a deadly allergy to sunlight that forces them to live a life opposite of everyone else in their small town. When they discover the extreme sport Parkour, it seems that they’ve finally found something uniquely theirs—even if leaping from buildings in the dark feels somewhat suicidal. Everything changes when they witness a horrible crime while practicing on an allegedly empty building. Worse: what they see, sees them, too.

I was not impressed with this book, and frankly, just didn't enjoy it.  And, I certainly didn't buy into the storyline.  Teens running around jumping across buildings at night . . . please.

Thoughts of Joy

My thanks go to Soho Press and NetGalley for providing me with this eGalley.


  1. Teens running around jumping across buildings at night . . . please.



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