Ledger, a cousin of our dear Mibs from Savvy, wants the ability of athleticism. Or a form of it. In a strange family where (almost) everyone gets a power on their thirteenth birthday, he expects to get what he wants. It shouldn't be a shock to readers that things go wrong, when he doesn't. Sent away, our protagonist has more to learn now than just how to control his "power." Overall, the morals of this story were suitable for children, an example being that you don't always get what you want. However, you can make the most of it.
- @Siri of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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