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Seers

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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.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 347 pages
  • 142.24 x 210.82 x 33.02mm | 385.55g
  • Bonneville
  • Springville, Utah, United States
  • English
  • 1599557924
  • 9781599557922
  • 1,207,210

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Kate changed after the car accident that killed her parents and it nearly killed her to. After that Kate life has been full of other people's colours because she can see their auras. It's like she can see everything that people are feeling but her life gets weirder when she starts seeing invisible people is she losing her mind or is this all real. Then Patrick O'Donnell walks into her life his different he has no aura just silver what's going on and does Patrick hold the answers that Kate needs. Kate's life really is an interesting one from the start of the book you really got to see how Kate was feeling even though she was hiding it away from others. She is dealing with so much and it leaves you really caring for Kate. There is so much going on in her life since the death of her mum and dad her life seems to have been turned on its head. She seems auras but she has not told anyone but her best friend and the faceted she living with her grandparents and it's taking a while to get used to all the changes. I loved that you got to see all this rather then rushing through into the action it built up and you felt just as on edge as the characters. Then Patrick walks into her life and while she does not trust him she feels that he holds the answers to her problem. Kate soon see's the true changes that are really happening around her. Her life is in great danger along with the ones she loves. The book was a mix of highs and lows for the characters. The author really let's you get to know the characters not only that the story is not rushed and over explained it's simply and honest. I'm not normal into loved up stories but in this book there was a balance of hard action and romance that was not over done. You could relate to the pain that Kate was going through and the new confusion in her life. The faceted she no longer felt the same way she did before. I really did fall in love with the story it's so easy to be sucked into the book and most of all it just a breath taking story the author put together. I gave the book 4 stars and recommend others read the book. Best Books review by Annmarieshow more
by annmarie ager
So how do I explain this well... lets start from the beginning right? So when I heard about this book I realized I had read something similar sometime ago, well honestly the summary was similar but that's where the similarities end. This book was really good, I loved the prologue as we get to know Patrick before he becomes a guardian, and I think that was a really good twist. After the prologue we jump forward in time (a longggg time) and we meet Kate who is preparing for her first day at school with her best friend Lee, who by the way is amazing and sounds a bit like me on a coffee or chocolate rush :) and her boyfriend who is likable but plain (sometimes plain is good believe me) we also get to meet Kate's grandparents, I love grandpa and I was soo surprised when... well you'll see and her twin sisters, who are adorable and funny. And we also meet however briefly Toni immature and unique in his own way, and finally Patrick the new guy at school (enters the hotness) I really liked this book because although there is a love story (really what did you expect?) It's not the main part of the story, more like a secondary one, the main part is how Kate is adjusting to seeing auras (get it? She sees so she's a seer? Okay totally obvious) and the fight in between guardians and demons for her because she's special. In the end I felt pretty bad for Aaron but well I knew it was going to happen. And the book leaves us with a cliffhanger (darn I hate those) I can't wait for the next one :) And the demons? They were great, one of them he is so mafia like I could imagine him there looking all bad ass and everything :)show more
by Nathiel Gold
I loved this book! A very well written book. I loved reading and seeing the characters come to life. I cannot wait to read more!!!show more
by Allie
I could not put this book down! I requested to read this based on the cover (I know, bad habit). And after reading the description I saw this as a book that I might like, or I might not. I was kind of afraid to read it because I didn't want to not like it. But my reaction to this book was anything but negative! The book was written in a way that just absorbs the reader and demands attention. I loved the storyline! Although unique on its own, it made me think of one of my favorite mangas, Full Moon Wo Sagashite. And for that, I loved this book. I look forward to what Heather Frost writes next!show more
by Asche Bartley
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