I picked up 3:59  by Gretchen McNeil because I loved her last book Ten , which was an excellent horror story and made me feel like I was watching a classic teen slasher movie. 3:59 was just as good, but very different.
Josie’s life is falling apart. Her parents have officially separated and her dad just moved out. Her mother is totally obsessed with work and has no time for anything else, including Josie. Her physics teacher hates her for no good reason, even though she’s practically a physics genius. She was fired from her job. And to top it all off, she catches her boyfriend cheating on her with her best friend—on their one year anniversary.
Amidst all this chaos, Josie starts dreaming of another version of herself; a prettier, richer, less-single version. After a while, she realizes that these dreams occur at exactly 3:59 every time, and that they might not be dreams after all. Could the antique mirror in her bedroom actually be a portal into another dimension? And if so, should she be living that life instead?
Gretchen McNeil has one more book that I haven’t read, Possess . I’ll have to add it to my pile!