"Amanda Beeson is Queen Bee at Meadowbrook Middle School. If you're not friends with Amanda, you're nobody. But one morning gorgeous, popular Amanda looks in the mirror and sees a very diifferent face staring back at her. The Queen Bee is about to get a taste of life in someone else's shoes."--p.  of cover.
"Tough rebel Jenna Kelley secretly dreams of a conventional life with normal parents. When her mother ends up in rehab, Jenna is shocked by the sudden reappearance of her long-lost dad. Jenna can usually read anyone's mind, but this stranger is a total mystery. Before long, streetwise Jenna finds herself walking straight into danger..."--p.  of cover.
Tracey Devon is learning how to control her gift, which allows her to become invisible, and when she realizes there is a spy among the gifted students, she knows it is up to her to find out who is betraying them before all their secrets are revealed.
Being able to see the future is supposed to be a gift, but Emily's visions have caused nothing but problems. Now Gifted students are disappearing one by one, and Emily's gift is their only hope of having a future at all.
Dead people don't make great companions - something cute, athletic Ken finds out the hard way when, following an accident on the football field, he starts hearing ghostly voices. It's not the kind of gift he would have asked for, but there's nothing he can do about it, until an anonymous note invites him to a seance. Completely convinced by the medium he meets, Ken tries to tell her about his secret. Only his gifted classmates can save him from revealing...
When mysterious student "Carter Street," a mute amnesiac named for the street where he was found wandering, joins the gifted class at Meadowbrook Middle School, the other students in the class suspect that something strange is going on behind his blank stare. What mysterious talent does he possess and, more importantly, is he a danger to the rest of the class?