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And then as the plot builds, it flows well. There are some very interesting characters and overall I really enjoyed this book. It's labeled as a trilogy so I'm looking forward to the continuation! This story can be enjoyed by a multitude if readers, YA, adult, even adolescence. It's got mystery and action and coming of age and some wonderful fantasy aspects!
I really do look forward to more from this trilogy and I hope you guys pick it up for a peak! You know those books you read just for the fun of it, the type that you read for a good plot and to entertain you? This is one of those novels. I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this one but I wasn't let down.
It is definitely a unique story and matches the Goodreads blurb so if it sounds like your kind of story it probably will be! The eagle cover on that cover is what initially drew me to the book, I love looking at it! It definitely matches the story! It doesn't waste any time getting to the main plot line, there is something that happens from the very beginning. The whole concept of being able to see things in the future was always an intriguing idea and I'm glad to finally read a story about it. I also liked the incorporation of spirit animals. I would suggest this novel to younger teens, around twelve to sixteen, because I feel like they could really connect to the characters and how fluid and easy to follow the story is.
Although it is focused around a heroine, I think this novel could pull young adult males as well. Mar 27, Jackie rated it really liked it. I did enjoy this story quite a bit.
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Though I do have to say, never use the word 'lol' in a story. Having a main character talk to herself and use 'lol' doesn't make her seem like someone I can identify with. Having the power to see visions of the future is always a great story line. The plot was very interesting, but not so unique. Each person has a spirit guide, which I thought was an interesting and different take to everything. If you're a bit of a researcher, I wouldn't advice comparing the symbolism of each spirit guide and the real animal it's based on.
For example, the African elephant spirit guide states that it provides a visionary people who see the future with the best eyesight their possibly is. In real life, an elephant has very poor eyesight. Aislinn's spirit guide is a red-tailed hawk, who have the eyesight 5 times better then a human's. So, Aislinn should have been able to read the paper and Calab shouldn't have. It will be interesting to see what her spirit guide power will be, and hints of it are given towards the end of the book. The villains of the book, the "Secret Agency", aren't very pivotal to this book, but some of their gadgets are seen.
Their mission is to stop visionaries from having visions. Aislinn is another one of those flip-flopping female leads. I don't know who keeps telling writers to make their heroines like this, but they really need to stop! She says the gift of seeing visions is a punishment, but just a few seconds before this she was loving it. She was having a blast with being able to see the future. She's also self centered.
After she made plans to go to the mall with her best friend, she then changes her mind to going to get pizza after she gets a call from Sebastian! Who forgets about their best friends in a matter of seconds… Gah! She even starts to avoid her friend instead of settling matters and trying to make up. Um, honey, maybe because you run away from your friend and avoid her when you should have sucked it up and tried to talk to her in person! It's your fault to begin with… She also gets some really stupid ideas.
Sometimes I wonder what Aislinn is thinking. The one trait I can admire in Aislinn is that she's able to have major visions when she meditates. Sebastian is very thoughtful of everyone around him, unlike a certain girl who only thinks about herself and the boy she likes. He does everything he can to get her use to his world as a visionary.
He tells her how it happens and what she may expect. Almost like a teacher of sorts, along with the fact that right away he feels connected to her and falls in love with her. Can I go to this magical world where you meet a guy and he instantly falls for you? Please, someone, find me a direct flight for this place! Calab is someone they met in on a scooping mission at the base of the bad guys. He is a great guy, but maybe a little to strong in the friendly side according to Aislinn. The way she describes how he's always trying to be around her makes me creeped out towards him.
Not sure if the author wanted this, but no matter how good he is, now I just feel creeped out by him. This was just after they first met. Oh, fast romances, how I find you not appealing in any way. She doesn't know if Sebastian likes her Yeah, he only kisses you A LOT! Why are you even kissing a guy if you're not sure if he likes you or not?! Aislinn acts like your typical teenage girl who has a crush on someone. She gets giggly and wonders what she should wear, and wonders if the guy actually asked her out on a date or not.
In a way, it is cute to see how she prepares herself when meeting with Sebastian. This random Calab-Aislinn-Sebastian love triangle doesn't last long, and it's completely useless to the plot. Dec 30, Mariah rated it liked it Shelves: This was a first reads win.
Also, thanks to the author for your generosity. This was an interesting read with interesting concepts and characters. It did take me longer to read then usual due to our heroine being rather wishy-washy in her emotions. First she likes her power, then she thinks of it as a curse a few lines later. Her infatuation with Sebastian was good though. The fact that she can shape change is cool as well. Sarah rated it did not like it Aug 27, Roy Huff rated it it was amazing Feb 07, Nov 27, N. Alyson rated it it was ok Dec 13,