As a result of their parents’ dodgy medical experiments, Tilly and Ethan Wolfe have powerful telekinetic abilities. Unfortunately, Tilly is not in control of her powers and tends to leave a trail of corpses and collapsed buildings behind her, especially when she gets upset. So while the reader naturally sympathises with the poor kids, one also feels some sympathy for the military types who want to lock them up. Although they also want to exploit them and cover up the secret experimental programme that created them.
Anyway, the result is a very engaging and readable thriller, though don’t expect a happy ending. It’s well written and well edited, with very few errors.