Book about girl who can see death dates
Numbers (Numbers, #1) by Rachel Ward
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If you like this, try Rachel Ward's book NUMBERS, with sequels INFINITY and THE flag · See all 28 questions about When Do you know what the blurb of Death Date reminded me of? .. The girl sees numbers on everybody's forehead.
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