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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Review for Seers by Heather Frost

Got it from Netgally

For Kate Bennet, surviving the car wreck that killed her parents means big changes and even bigger problems. As she begins to see auras and invisible people, Kate must learn to trust Patrick O'Donnell, a handsome Guardian, or risk her life being overrun with Demons. She soon realizes that both she and her heart are in big-time trouble.


I decided to check this book out after fellow reviewer recommended it. She thought it had some similarities with another book, one I haven't read but fully intend to, so I figured, let's see how our reviews differ. If having not read Evermore would effect having read Seer's.

I liked the book. It was easy to get into and as soon as I turned the first page. I wanted to look more into Aura's just so I could get a better handle on the color's they described. I wanted to see if she kept with fact or not.
The characters were easy to connect with, because, lets face it, who hasn't had a dreamy romance fantasy with a guy who has an irish brogue. I know I have.
The emotion behind the main Character Kate was really well thought out and easily relatable.When you are in highschool with a secret, it is hard to juggle hiding it from your best friend while trying to balance a relationship you are not sure will work.
I really enjoyed it and I am ready for the next installment of what I hope to be a series.

I liked the twist that was put on Demon's. That you had to touch them first before they could touch you. The rule in place because they figure if you are going to touch a demon you are asking for it. It really was a unique take on things. Because in some ways I agree with it and others, brought up by the book, you can't help it because they stage it.

I also didn't see it coming that the grandfather was a Seer himself.I ended up grinning when he came in and asked why the gaurdians where in their house and threw them all for a loop.
That was pretty nifty that in the end as they have to save the twin girls, that it was a family affair so to speak.

I was also a sucker for the happy ending, that is really a disaster waiting to happen. I don't know how Patrick is going to be able to handle watching her age and die, going to a place he can never go. I am sure Toni, my favorite character, will help him out with it though. After all, what are mischievous thief friend's for.

Favorite Quote:

"It's probably the only table in the whole school where everything you are isn't judged. You wear anything, say anything and no ones trying to measure you. They're just glad to have you"


4 stars!

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