Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory
Spoonbenders is the story of a Greek-Irish family. The only difference between my own family and the one in the story is that my family does no possess any sort of telekinetic or psychic powers.
...that I know of.
The eldest daughter knows if a person is lying or telling the truth.
The eldest son can move objects with him mind.
The baby of the family is the worlds greatest psychic.
The grandson can astral project.
And the grandfather is a master of cards, slight of hand, and all things Penn and Teller.
Those were probably spoilers. It probably doesn't matter though. Where the story goes from there is quite unique. This is one of those, it could happen in real life but there are sci-fi elements at play sort of stories. It's sorta what Stephen Kings does with horror, only the stakes are much lower.
It takes place in 1995.
It was a good book to get into after a break from reading, and The Library at Mount Char.
I'm re-reading The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch for the book club I'm hosting. It's a long book but there's still time to read it and join in the discussion. This Thursday. At 7PM. Southborough Library.
Then I'll be starting The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson. That should keep me busy for a while. 45 Hours and 32 Minutes in fact.