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I See Me (Oracle) (Volume 1) Paperback – December 9, 2014
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This book feeds upon her Dowser series, so, as she recommends herself, you should read it as a supplement or side story after Treasures, Demons and other Black Magic.
"I See Me" focuses on a new character, Rochelle, an orphan who doesn't know she has magical abilities, and Beau who is a loner that she meets on the road. The cast of characters from the Dowser series interact with the new, and the plots intersect enough that I think one might be a bit lost if this book is read as a stand alone.
If, perchance, you are a fan of the Dowser books, this is another excursion into Doidge's magical world and I would highly recommend reading this book. To those of you that are unfamiliar, I suggest you read both series.
I See Me was nothing short of amazing. Rochelle's story in itself is amazing but then to have it intertwine with all of the characters that I know and love from the Dowser series makes me a happy happy girl! I honestly can't wait for the rest of the series and will probably cry when both are over.
Like another reviewer I felt like it ended too soon. Mostly because I just want more, more, more. Her descriptions are vivid without being too wordy, her characters feel real, and the dialog is great with lots of humor right when it is needed. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in fantasy.