Sophie Foster had never truly fit in. She is a truly gifted student and has skipped grades ahead of her peers, but even more importantly, she is a telepath. Unbeknownst to her family and the world, Sophie hears the thoughts of everyone around her. At a field trip one day, a boy shows up, the only person whose thoughts she cannot hear. The boy, Fitz, whisks her away to the magical elven world where she truly belongs. But even in the elven world, she stands out. She has twelve years to catch up on, an elven school and impossible classes she must ace, and a new life to navigate. But besides her new challenges something darker lurks, things concerning where and who she came from and why she was placed with humans.
"Keeper of the Lost Cities" promises mystery, intrigue, and a magical feeling down to the very last page.
This is the first book of a series and, personally, I like this one very much, but as the series goes on, it begins to get drawn out.