This story is told in Peter's point of view. I loved seeing it this way. The characters are college age and a lot of issues are hit on.
This was a quick read...meaning that it flowed really well and once I started I didn't want to leave it -- so I didn't. I read it all in one sitting in bed.
Each of these college students have a special gift. And, of course, Peter is finding others with gifts (explaining why it's from his point of view).
As the book progresses we see more of the gifts. I'm hoping that since this was the first book, we'll see more in depth parts of each person (wouldn't it be great if each book was from a different person's point of view?).