One thing I can say about my middle school self is that I was in the library . . . a lot. If a book looked interesting, I checked it out. Heck, if it didn’t look interesting, I probably still checked it out.
Among my many library acquisitions was The Girl with the Silver Eyes by Willo Davis Roberts. It’s a science-fiction story in the sense that the main character has telekinetic abilities due to some prescription drugs (or something . . . ) her mother was given during pregnancy (I’m pretty sure).
The plot beyond that? Heck if I remember. But I do know that my younger self had it on her list of favorite books for quite a long time. It seems like the main character may have finally met someone like her (aww . . . ), but the mystery of why she is the way she is was pretty entertaining from what little I can recall.
Did anyone else happen to read this book growing up? It used to have a different (very 90s) cover.