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Maybe occasionally some of the pictures I saw in teacups were not for the tea drinkers Maybe some of them were for meMarnie Wells knows that she creeps people out It’s not really her fault her brother is always in trouble and her grandmother who’s been their guardian since Mom took off iseccentric So no one even bats an eye when Marnie finds an old book about reading tea leaves and starts telling fortunes The ceremony and symbols are weirdly soothing but she knows—and hopes everyone else does too—that none of it’s realThen basketball star Matt Cotrell asks for a reading He’s been getting emails from someone claiming to be his best friend Andrea uinley who disappeared and is presumed dead And while they’d always denied they were romantically involved a cloud of suspicion now hangs over Matt But Marnie sees a kindred spirit someone who like her is damaged by associationSuddenly the readings seem real And despite the fact that they’re telling Marnie things about Matt that make him seem increasingly dangerous she can’t shake her initial attraction to him In fact it’s getting stronger And that could turn out to be deadly


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    The Leaf Reader is my first YA novel that I've readreviewed since I was a young adult so I was a little unsure what to expect Marnie the protagonist is a quirky girl who discovers that leaf reading makes her a little cool with the in crowd at her school She doesn't really believe in what she does but it's not long before others do believe Soon it becomes apparent that Marnie is able to see clues surrounding the disappearance of one of the local girls This leads to angst drama and danger as the various young people come to terms with what happened one fateful night The mystery itself is well told I've read other books by Arsenault and I like her style of writing There were parts of this one that seemed to drag however and I think it's because too much time was spent on fluff stuff and people that didn't matter to the storyline and not enough time to developing the characters that did matter There were key essential players that we literally knew nothing about therefore it was difficult to care about the role they played At first I brushed this off as being the fault of a young adult book but that's not fair Regardless of the genre the characters are the primary focus of a story So despite an interesting tale and an enjoyable topic tea leaf reading not murder I think this had the potential to be a lot better