I wavered between two and three stars. It was slightly more than just okay, but I'm not sure that I'd go so far as to say I liked it. The plot sounded fascinating - a girl in a psychiatric ward finds herself able to predict natural catastrophes. I'm not sure I entirely agreed with the execution of it though. It kept me entertained while reading it, and with the recent events in New Zealand, China and Japan it was scarily relevant. However, as I turned the last page, I felt that there were far too many issues left unexplained and far too many threads left open. I always get frustrated when supernatural events *just happen* and aren't explained in some way that's believable in the context of the story.In short I guess the book is best described as a pre-dystopian book with a definite judgement day influence.