- Series: Seers - Trilogy (Book 1)
- Hardcover: 352 pages
- Publisher: Bonneville (October 8, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1599557924
- ISBN-13: 978-1599557922
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.1 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,024,867 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The title of this book threw me. The book is called Seers yet as far as I could tell Kate, our main character, can only see auras which tell emotions. In history a Seer should be able to tell the future and the see back into the past so...I would have preferred another title.
The story (unfortunately for me) starts off so similar to many other YA books i've read of late i.e.the book is based around the school scenario with the high school jock as a boyfriend, parents suddenly die, lots of grief and trauma, cute new guy shows up at same said school, turns out he's an absolute hottie, girl can't tear her eyes away from his piercing pools etc. Yeah, you know the drill. I forgot the 'woe is me' theme too.
Then we have the ''confession''. Where cute boy tells damsel in distress that he's her Guardian. Here to save her life when it needs saving...
Half way through the book I began to feel like this was STILL nothing new but I kept going to see if it would pick up.
What held the book together for me was the narrative. Except there was far too much of it. Frost spent about 20 pages writing about how the character, Kate, feels about new boy Patrick. And it went on and on and on...I did skip lots of pages here while scanning still just to check I hadn't missed anything. The build up between Patrick and Kate is over half the book and personally just lost its edge and became dull with a hint of...JUST GET ON WITH IT...Read more ›
Seers kinda feels like de ja vu, doesn't it? And at first I felt that way, until Patrick comes strolling in. Mysterious, handsome, what-the-heck-is-he-doing-here (because we met him in the first chapter) Patrick. But Patrick wasn't just mysterious in the fact that Kate didn't understand why he was there, but it's a mystery for the readers too because... what the heck happened to you Patrick?! Along with Patrick, you get Toni. Ah, Toni... misbehaved, hilarious and just *sigh*. I reallyyy liked Toni. He was the humor, and he's horrible at following rules.
Seers took me by complete surprised, I thought I was in for a familiar ride but I was wrong. Kate does a pretty good job of handling herself even though she doesn't really know what she's doing. The concept of the guardians was an intriguing one, just like Kate, I was eating up everything Patrick had to tell about his experience and what this all was. And Kate's grandpa? He totally kicks butt, I LOVE him! Finally a story where the adults are present and a pleasure to be around!
While I did love the characters and I really liked the plot, for some reason I didn't LOVE this novel. I really wanted to, but I just didn't. I am completely looking forward to the next novel though!
Though Kate has just been through a major life altering time of loosing both her parents, I felt that Heather Frost did a great job of stating situations and moving forward. There was never a cloud of depression and I always wanted to know what was going to happen next to Kate, especially after the Guardians got involved. Kate was such a strong, wonderful lead character. I loved her best friend Lee. Lee is an at-the-moment Goth, a pushes Kate were she needs to go, crazy antics, kind of friend. Kate and Lee balanced each other out. I could understand why Kate could not tell Lee things...But I so wanted Lee to know all her Seer stuff!
Oh the Guardians of the Seers... In a word: YUM. I loved all three we got to meet. Patrick is all about the job, until Kate becomes his job. That throws him for a loop. Toni, Patrick's partner is a former thief, and quite the charmer. Then there is Jack, who just so happens to have a past with one of Kate's family members. A very interesting past...Oh no you have to read the book to find out the rest of the story.
This was a fun YA read. Loved it!
But how wrong those first impressions were! It turns out that this book is awesome! It kept my attention constantly through the whole book (and it's not the smallest thing) and I fell in love with the characters completely. It's one of those books where, when not reading, I'm thinking about it and wondering about the characters and longing to get back to them. However, it only took me a day and maybe a half to read this book, so I didn't have much of that yearning to do really!
It's the story of a girl who, after a near death experience, can suddenly see the auras of people around her, which lets her know their emotions. Then one day a new guy (always the new guy!) comes to school, and she can only see silver around him. And he gives her a bit of the creeps because of that and she can't tell what's up with him at all! A couple of other weird things happen and when she finally gets the guts to talk to this dude, she finds out...well, I want you to read it and find out what too!
But maybe I'll say one thing... he's Irish, complete with accent and piercing blue eyes and all.
Anyway, this discovery sends her and her new friends on an adventure which turns out to be quite more complicated than they first expected, and quite the dangerous one.
I loved these guys! Both Patrick and Kate.. and there's an especially wonderful sidekick, Toni, with an awesome comic relief sort of personality that we all love. I loved the simple and straightforward writing that kept me reading and the end was so nicely wrapped up and yet left me hanging at the same time... perfectly setting up the sequel (and trilogy.)
Bottom line: I really enjoyed this one, a lot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting spin on the whole angels and demons concept. Kate is an easy character to connect with. She’s strong, independent, and doesn’t give up. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Majanka
The book pulls you into the story from the beginning and carries you along. Great story telling and great characters.Published on April 26, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I was really impressed! I loved the story line and the flow of the book. Heather also avoided my YA pet-peeve of having the main girl think she is not good enough for the main... Read morePublished on April 4, 2014 by Marsha M. Stokes
In a market saturated with paranormal romance, Heather Frost puts a fresh spin on the genre with an original story premise. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Sarah Beard
This book had been on my TBR list for a while, so I was glad when the opportunity came around to do the blog tour. It gave me a great excuse to read Seers. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Darcus Murray
This is a fabulous series. A whole new dimension, from what is out there. I try to read whatever my 14 yoa daughter is reading. It is fun to talk with her about them. Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Sherry
I was prompted to buy the book after meeting the author at a book signing at my local Barnes and Noble. Read morePublished on December 1, 2013 by HBell
probably the best book ever!!!!! never been so hooked !! i love this book i highly recomend it! definently a must read!!Published on October 21, 2013 by Jolene C. Phelps
when you almost die people says you see your live before your eyes, that must change you, our protagonist chance more since she sees peoples aura and can tell the emotions these... Read morePublished on October 21, 2013 by Adriana Rodriguez