Monday, September 19, 2011
Book Review of "Seers" by Heather Frost
I'm excited to do this book review. I hope what I've written will entice you to read Heather Frost's book.
I found Seers to be a fascinating read. Heather Frost stepped into the supernatural with her book and she did it with class. Seers is teen and Young adult read and one I think will thoroughly be enjoyed by all who open its cover.
Kate is a senior in high school when an accident takes the lives of her parents and sends her to the hospital. When she awakens, she finds herself seeing auras around all who come into her room. It is disturbing ability she finds best to keep confidential.
Kate's grandparents have taken the place of her--and her twin sisters--parents and, though they are very loving, she finds herself unable to tell them of her psychic ability. The only one she confides in is her best friend, Kellee.
One morning, Mr. Benson, Kate's English teacher, introduces a new student to the class, Patrick O'Donald. Kate finds herself concerned and confused because she is unable to see his aura.
Life suddenly becomes very complicated for Kate once Patrick explains that he has come to help her and why he has come to help her. Their lives soon become entwined in the danger of the journey that lies ahead of them.