Friday, September 21, 2018

THE SEER'S FATE REVIEW

Hey! It's Friday. Where did the week go? Remember the novella I mentioned earlier in the week? Of course. Here's my review. Enjoy. Have a super weekend.




THE SEER’S FATE


A Novella by Christine Amsden


What if you could see into the future? The good that would happen and also the bad? What if you had a gift of charisma where people did whatever you wanted them to? Sounds good? Well, perhaps. Perhaps not.


In Author Christine Amsden’s novella, THE SEER’S FATE, we meet Danielle, a seer who sees the future. Imagine telling a kid at school that you see her death in only a few months. That would not make for very many friends. And in her life is a boy named Adam, whose charisma results with most everyone liking him. The future Danielle sees for Adam and her is not a pleasant one, but she still loves him, even though she knows what happens.  


THE SEER’S FATE is the author’s first novella. I hope it won’t be her last because I enjoyed meeting Danielle and Adam and watching them face almost impossible situations. Living a magical life sounds exciting. There are downsides though. Danielle, even with her special abilities, is a girl who cares about others and tries to help whenever she can. She’s also confused about young men, like most teens are. Adam  has family problems to deal with, along with his feelings for Danielle. 


THE SEER’S FATE is a magical tale of love and hope, family and friends, trust and betrayal, disappointment and joy. Christine Amsden has done a beautiful job with characters that are so real I wanted to hug them and help them with each challenge they faced. I’ve enjoyed reading the author’s novels and look forward to more novellas from her. Recommended.


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Happy Reading!

10 comments:

  1. I'm pleased at the moment I can't look into the future. This is a good review of what appears to be a good book.

    Enjoy your weekend.
    Yvonne.

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    1. I understand, Yvonne. Sometimes I think it's best not to know what our futures hold. We can't change it, just worry about it. Have a good day.

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  2. This sounds like an exciting book. Thanks for sharing, Beverly. I love reading about magical lives:)

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    1. It is an interesting story, Karin. Danielle and Adam are interesting characters. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Making the characters that real sure shows strong writing indeed.

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    1. She is good at developing characters, Pat, showing their good points and their insecurities.

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  4. Your review made this interesting for me. I'm adding it to my reading list. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you, Nas. I appreciate your kind words. I've read most of the author's books and enjoyed them all. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. This sounds interesting. I love the cover too. So enjoyed your review. Thanks for sharing. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. It is an interesting story, Jess. Thanks. And the cover is gorgeous.

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