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- Print Length: 185 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1548558176
- Publisher: Kathi Daley Books (September 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073DJXXNS
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,058 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wow! Although first introduced in 2015, I only recently became a big fan of Kathi Daley’s Seacliff High: Secret identities, witness protection, and ghosts? Who wouldn’t be a fan of that!But, don’t be fooled by the fact that the characters are high schoolers, now seniors to be exact, they are not silly. And although high school angst (football games, boyfriend issues, final exams) do play a part, they are skilled, smart, and have enough independence from the adults that you almost forget they’re minors. Kathi weaves together with delightful entertainment the contemporary issues of a young lady being held incognito in Witness Protection shielding her from those who wish her harm and the paranormal events surrounding her ability to ‘see ghosts’ which she only acquired after arriving in Cutter’s Cove. Again, Kathi has succeeded to make Alyson’s story realistic and engaging, not juvenile hocus pocus: Stalkers? Skeletons? Halloween fun to be sure! These books are standalones, so you can enter the series with any one of them, including this new release that I highly recommend. The ghostly mystery and often the additional more earthly investigation are concluded, but the underlying worry for her need for secrecy weaves through and will continue. If you like jumping into the deep end, you’ll be greatly entertained. If you like wading in slowly and getting all the background and character connections first, then you can read the previous six books quickly since they are all less than 250 pages. I greatly enjoyed this book, and you will, too!
Nightmares mix with foreboding psychic visions keeping Alyson from being her usual vibrant self.
Alyson and her mother have been in hiding after Alyson witnessed a mob killing. Fearing her new identity had been discovered they were recently on the run again. She made new friends but can't reveal her past or risk putting them in danger. Will she be able to keep her best friends when this school term ends? As if teen years are not stressful enough.
Haunted houses in a Kathi Daley series are my favorite but are always doomed. I would both love to be on the haunting staff and be terrified about what could happen.
Knowing there are caves and tunnels around Cutter's Cove opens up more options for danger. It is in a tunnel that a gruesome discovery is made. The spirits involved are so intense even less sensitive persons can feel their grief. This story reaches maximum emotional capacity.
Along with finding skeletons and not knowing if the haunted house can open, while looking over her own shoulder for hitmen, a cheerleader believes she is being stalked and turns to Alyson for help. A very action packed week full of puzzles to solve. Who has time for quizzes and midterms?
Wonderful characters make me feel involved in their daily lives. I was holding my breath waiting to find out what would be behind the door and what the friends will be able to do about college.
The stalker issue brought to light more about Chelsea and her less than ideal life. You never know what other people are dealing with. The parallels in each storyline affected my emotions.
A very well thought out series.
This is the 7th in the Seacliff High Series. This is technically a YA series but I think most of Kathi's loyal readers follow this series as well. Like all of Kathi's books it is well plotted, well written and well edited and a clean read.
The series follows an older teenager that is in the witness protection program and has discovered she has some paranormal abilities. That is she can see ghosts. Kathi manages this well though. The stories are plausible and entertaining and have and are well grounded in the human condition.
The stories are set on the Oregon coast and Alyson/Amanda has developed a reputation as a clear thinker and a problem solver. She has also developed a loyal set of friends and has a couple of talented pets. Characters are well drawn and likeable and story arc provides a complete mystery in each book with enough background information that the books do not need to be read in order. However when you have a bit of OCD like I do why would you want to read them out of order.
This book is an important one to the series as she has set up for the characters to move forward into adulthood and for the books to bridge the YA / Adult gap.
Kathi writes a number of series, all are entertaining clean reads.