Then Luke has a vision that Sera is killed. That gift they’ve always cherished begins to feel an awful lot like a curse. Because the thing about Luke’s ability? He’s always right. And he can’t do anything about it. (from Goodreads)
Hello there fellow readers! Today we are showing love & support for one of our favorite authors, J Meyers! If you recall, I reviewed this book a couple months ago, and I really enjoyed every moment of it. Why should you check this book out? Well, let's see what I had to say:
"The conflict rages throughout the book, always thrumming under the surface. The twins are coping with a huge personal loss and each are dealing with their own individual issues as well. The story is well written; funny and sometimes heartbreaking. It unfolds in a totally natural way; not too slow but not rushed either. The suspense builds and builds, leading up to a fantastic showdown at the end of the book. There is a horrifically scary villain to add terror to the story and lots of room for future installments.
To conclude, you really have to read this book! J. Meyers is a vibrant new voice for the young adult genre and I really cannot wait to see what she offers up next!"
And here's a little snippet to tempt you:
"And then she knew. No vision had ever terrified him. Never. In seventeen years. It was as if his own life were at stake. But he didn't See his own future. He only saw other's. She suddenly had a terrible feeling that she knew exactly whose future he'd Seen. Her voice was a whisper. "Do I get hurt?" His face contorted, but he didn't say anything. "Oh my god. Do I die?" He closed his eyes. "Oh." The air rushed out of her lungs on that one word. She was going to die. Luke's voice was tight, tortured when he said, "We gotta go." He bent down to pick up Sera's bag again, then headed out the door. Sera looked down at her feet. Their book bags lay there. She should probably pick those up, she thought. Luke was already on the porch, waiting. She reached down and grasped the bags, then woodenly stepped outside. Luke stared at her a moment, searching her face, then reached around her and locked the door. He started down the steps, but her voice stopped him. "Luke?" He turned to look at her. She was going to die. She knew she was going to die. But she couldn't stop herself from asking even though she already knew the answer. "Have you ever had a vision that didn't come true?" she said. "Ever?"
The story, the characters and the suspense were all thrilling in this book. I really cannot gush enough about how much you should ALL go and get a copy RIGHT NOW and read it! Then let me know what you think. I guarantee you won't be sorry!
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About the Author:
J. Meyers grew up in Vermont and now lives in Central New York. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s chasing her four kids around, exploring the outdoors with them, relishing the few quiet moments she gets with her husband, baking sweet treats, and forgetting to make dinner. Though she cannot actually see the future nor heal with a touch of her hand, she likes to think her children believe she can. Intangible is her first novel.
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