I enjoyed reading this first novel by clinical psychologist Tom Wright of Texarkana, Texas. The narrative belongs to the adolescent protagonist, Biscuit (James), who is living with his cousin L. A. (Lee Ann), with whom he shares some clairvoyant abilities. They reside at the home of his grandmother, because his mother’s sociopathic boyfriend is a trained boxer who goes out of his way to create boxing matches in order to abuse Biscuit with his gloves. His grandmother had passed along “the Sight,” whereby they could sometimes envision the future. The story, developing across 35 chapters, features incest, a serial killer, and Biscuit’s romantic interests in his friend Diana, culminating in his first experience of kissing. There is also muskie fishing, a bear attack, and even a magical thunderstorm that drops hundreds of small silver fish into his grandmother’s front yard.