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Foreshadowed Hope Murdoch Was Born Dead The Doctor Brought Her Back, And Now She S An Almost Normal Sixteen Year Old Normal A Hopeless Crush On The Boy Next Door, A Negative Body Image, And A Mis Diagnosis Of ADHD Not So Normal An Exhausting And Distracting Ability To Read Minds And High School Is Hard Enough Without Hearing What Everyone Really Thinks Of YouLance Hampton Used To Be Normal Until A Car Accident Killed Him And His Parents Paramedics Brought Him Back To A Life He Doesn T Want Orphaned, Uprooted And Living With His Uncle, And Suddenly Able To See How People Die At His New School, He Tries To Keep To Himself Seeing How Complete Strangers Die Is Torture Enough, Let Alone FriendsAt First Glance, Hope Doesn T Think Much Of Lance Though A Lot Of The Other Girls Do He Looks Like The Typical Bad Boy No Thank You But Then She Meets His Eyes And Everything Goes Dark She Hears Labored Breathing Rapid Footsteps And Then A Thud As Someone Falls To The Ground Inside Lance S Head, Hope Just Witnessed A Vision Of Murder Her OwnTogether Hope And Lance Try To Catch A Killer Before He S Red Handed A Killer Who Could Be Anywhere Anyone Sure Hope Can Read Minds And Lance Can See Death, But They Still Can T See In The Dark Quite The Novel Idea Words from the Clouds2.5 starsWell then I m not entirely sure what to say right now This book had a lot of potential, honestly The whole premise is interesting and pretty cool and not something I ve seen that much in YA so far But unfortunately it focused too much on the wrong things, which stopped me from enjoying it fully And that always makes me sad Because it could have been so great But it just wasn t.I ll start on a positive note though As I said, the premise Quite The Novel Idea Words from the Clouds2.5 starsWell then I m not entirely sure what to say right now This book had a lot of potential, honestly The whole premise is interesting and pretty cool and not something I ve seen that much in YA so far But unfortunately it focused too much on the wrong things, which stopped me from enjoying it fully And that always makes me sad Because it could have been so great But it just wasn t.I ll start on a positive note though As I said, the premise is really cool I liked the whole idea of the gifts and the murder mysteries tied into the plot I also liked Lance and kind of wished the story was written from his POV Which brings me to the not so positives The writing was fairly simple and there wasn t anything really wrong it with it, but it just didn t really grab me That wasn t helped with the story, which ultimately failed for me because it focused too much on the love triangle instead of the interesting parts That kind of sucked the good out of it a bit for the most part And while, yes the ending amped it up a bit, ultimately I didn t really care any by that point.What also didn t help was that I failed to care for most of the characters Well all of them except Lance, really I wished the story had been from his POV instead It would ve been so muchinteresting Because while Hope had her moments and I did feel bad for how she was treated at school, ultimately I didn t care about her The love triangle absolutely didn t do her any favors That brings me to Bryce, the third person in the triangle Honestly, I don t get why Hope liked him He was a shallow asshole most of the book and he didn t really change at all by the end of it Nobody did except Lance Which is very frustrating for me because characters to me are the most important part of any story And these just didn t do anything for me.In the end Foreshadowed doesn t quite live up to its potential for me Though now that the love triangle seems to be out of the way, I might consider picking up the sequel, just to see if it s better than this book But we shall see if I ever manage to get to that Started off well but failed to stay that wayI enjoyed the first few chapters but it got off track and I lost interest I won t bother with the last 2 books. Haven t we all secretly wished we had the ability to read minds back when we were in high school What could go wrong Holly Campbell s Foreshadowed is a young adult thriller based on that very ability The characters were consistent and superb I felt like I knew some of them in high school The story was meticulous and a thriller slow burn that starts easy enough but slowly built until I couldn t put it down I feel like I read the last twenty pages in seconds I like Stephen King, Cujo, and T Haven t we all secretly wished we had the ability to read minds back when we were in high school What could go wrong Holly Campbell s Foreshadowed is a young adult thriller based on that very ability The characters were consistent and superb I felt like I knew some of them in high school The story was meticulous and a thriller slow burn that starts easy enough but slowly built until I couldn t put it down I feel like I read the last twenty pages in seconds I like Stephen King, Cujo, and Thinner, for the same reason Holly M Campbell is a master storyteller and now one of my new favorite writers A gripping debut.I have been excited to read Holly Campbell s debut novel since I had the privilege of designing the cover It was such an intriguing concept and premise for a novel I was plunged into a well plotted story of suspense and potential murder, hinging on the unique and endearing relationship of two darkly gifted teens I admittedly stayed up WAY too late to finish this in one reading, and am eager forLeft me guessing until the endand still has me speculating Excited for t A gripping debut.I have been excited to read Holly Campbell s debut novel since I had the privilege of designing the cover It was such an intriguing concept and premise for a novel I was plunged into a well plotted story of suspense and potential murder, hinging on the unique and endearing relationship of two darkly gifted teens I admittedly stayed up WAY too late to finish this in one reading, and am eager forLeft me guessing until the endand still has me speculating Excited for the next in the series

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