- June 1, 2010 at 7:31 pm#5869
- June 1, 2010 at 8:28 pm #408463
- June 1, 2010 at 8:53 pm #408442
Well, not really psycic, but more like telekenesis and mind connections. Sort of like being psycic, but what you’re asking for is really specific
Chasing Yesterday by Robin Wasserman
Truth has the most power stuff.
The Bar Code by Suzanne Weyn
1. The Bar Code Tattoo
2. The Bar Code Rebellion
The Bar Code Rebellion DOES have visions in it.
Gilda Joyce by Jennifer Allison
1. Gilda Joyce: Psycic Investigator
2. Gilda Joyce: The Ladies of the Lake
3. Gilda Joyce: The Ghost Sonata
4. Gilda Joyce: The Dead Drop
- June 1, 2010 at 9:34 pm #408406
- June 1, 2010 at 9:58 pm #408391
I just finished a really great series that is like exactly what you are asking for. They were by Lisa j. Smith and they were written like mid 90s. She also wrote the Vampire Diaries that just got made into a show but the books about teens with psychic powers were-
1.Dark Visions, Volume I: The Strange Power,
Kaitlyn is an artist, but not an ordinary one. She draws pictures of things that are going to happen in the future. Everything she draws come true–but sometimes she can’t figure out what she’s drawn until it’s too late. Kait is only too happy when Dr. Xetes, a scientist who is studying psychic abilities, invites her to come to California and join his school of similarly talented individuals. There Kaitlyn meets golden boy Rob, a healer, and the dark lone wolf Gabriel who apparently wants nothing to do with her. But with so much supernatural energy going around, it’s hardly surprising that the psychics develop a telepathic link that can’t be broken.
2.Dark Visions, Volume II: The Possessed
3.Dark Visions, Volume III: The Passion
These where really really good and there’s enough romance/action that they balance out and the whole psychic powers thing is really cool too.
- June 1, 2010 at 10:13 pm #408385
the tomorrow people- a tv series, with books.
no the flip side- ie- they are evil- the midwich cuckoos, by john wyndham- became a fairly cult book. book is v good- and he also wrote chocky, about a boy of about 11, who can telepathically speak to an alien called chocky. there was also a tv series of it.
- June 1, 2010 at 10:47 pm #408363
Being of Two Minds by Pamela Service
Connie Hendricks, an average American teenage girl, and Crown Prince Rudolf of Thulgaria, a tiny and traditionally neutral European kingdom, have shared the same problem since birth–sudden dizzy spells that lead to several hours of unconsciousness, and that have remained unexplained and uncontrolled in spite of all the medical experts consulted. What the doctors (and everyone but Connie and Rudy) don’t know is that during the spells the two make mental visits to one another, sharing minds and observing each other’s world, and that neither wants to be “cured” of what they consider to be a valuable friendship
- June 2, 2011 at 6:51 pm #262558
- July 14, 2012 at 10:58 am #258017
Hunting Lila by Sarah Alderson
17-year-old Lila has two secrets she’s prepared to take to the grave. The first is that she can move things just by looking at them. The second is that she’s been in love with her brother’s best friend, Alex, since forever.
After a mugging exposes her unique ability, Lila decides to run to the only people she can trust–her brother and Alex. They live in Southern California where they work for a secret organisation called The Unit, and Lila discovers that the two of them are hunting down the men who murdered her mother five years before. And that they’ve found them.
In a world where nothing and no one is quite as they seem, Lila quickly realises that she is not alone–there are others out there just like her–people with special powers–and her mother’s killer is one of them
It is the best book ever and it’s sequel is coming out in August!
Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson
Alex and Lila are on the run, desperately trying to stay one step ahead of the Unit, which somehow is managing to track their every move. Whilst Alex is determined to keep Lila safe and her ability secret at any cost, Lila’s only thought is of finding a way back to California so that she can rescue her brother and mother from the military base where they’re being held.
Struggling to control both her growing power and her deepening feelings for Alex, Lila decides the time has finally come to stop running and start fighting. Together with Alex, Demos, and the people she’s come to think of as family, Lila plans not just to save her brother and mother, but to completely destroy the Unit and everything it stands for.
But the plan requires Lila to return alone to California, make friends with the enemy, and to risk losing everything – Alex, her family, and even her life
- July 14, 2012 at 11:01 am #258016
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