I Know What You're Thinking

I Know What You're Thinking

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ellie By featherpunk Completed

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Mallory Bleak is so desperate to get out of a detention that she accidentally mind reads the answer to a test from her teacher's consciousness. You know, as you do. 

After getting over the initial shock of being exposed to her classmates' deepest, darkest, most perverted thoughts and feelings,  Mal realises that she can use her newfound powers to her own advantage.

Especially when her roommate Kim vanishes and nobody bats an eyelid.

But Kim's disappearance might just be the tip of the iceberg--Mal soon learns that she's not alone. There are others out there who share her ability, including an elusive mind reader whose motivation is far more destructive. 

Headache doesn't even begin to cover it.

Mystery/Teen Fiction/Paranormal

Highest ranking: #11 in Mystery/Thriller on Sep 22nd '15

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Disclaimer: this story contains abduction, violence, swearing, sexual references and *dramatic, sarcastic gasp* homosexuality. Just FYI.

  • boardingschool
  • british
  • detective
  • disappearance
  • humour
  • hypnotism
  • kidnapping
  • mind
  • mindcontrol
  • mindreading
  • paranormal
  • rescue
  • romance
  • school
  • superpower
  • teenfiction
  • telepathy
  • thoughts
  • wattys2015
  • whodunnit
Lactic acid? Fermentation? How the foek should I know I'm only in 9th grade
Damn since when was detention 2 fukin hours? I literally have detention tomorrow and its from 2:20pm to 2:50pm like 😂??
I've read so many kpop  fanfics that I'm like
                              Kim???? But that's a last name???
IS THIS WAHT I THINK IT IS
                              PERFECT, FLOWING PARAGRPAHS WITH NO GRAMMATICAL ERRORS?
                              THE GODS HAVE BLESSED ME
I know right Im just scrolling through my laptop suddenly these notifications start to spam from this smut I read 2 months ago
I'm 5'1 and probably the shortest among all my peers in 9th grade . . .