The premise of this book reminds me of Iris Johansen's Firestorm. It's been years since I read it, but I remember really liking Firestorm, so I've added it to my TBR pile for this year. Back to this book; after having finished Tuesday's Child, I'm giving this second book in the Psychic Visions series a sidelong glance and couple reserves.
But I'm also all about second chances (see: this review of a certain book I really, really wanted to be good), so I'm trying my hand at the second book in this series to see if there's any improvement... or miraculous insight on better writing and editing and research.
To be honest, there wasn't really much aside from Tuesday's Child that actually impressed me or grabbed my attention save for the premise. I'm hoping things will be a little different with this one and try to go into it without biases.