After a routine round of flu vaccinations at school, an entire homeroom gets the same side effect---they can now read thoughts. Switching point of views, which are no joined together as one POV, Don't Even Think About It delves into what happens when you can't hide what you're thinking.
The cast of characters are interesting, ranging from the school genius to the class goofball. I liked the characters a lot even though it took a little while to get to know them since there are so many.
When an antidote and money are offered, the teens must decide if they want to keep their "gift" or continue hearing everyone's thoughts. Even though the plot is far-fetched, the feelings and characters were authentic.
I look forward to book two in this series.
I was given a copy of the book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.