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I found the description and concept of this book to be very interesting and unique. The story had a great mix of mystery, action, romance, and adventure. The writing was well done and flowed effortless with the plot being fast paced. The characters were intriguing and really likable - I could easily identify with Kat and her struggles and I liked the character of her best friend, Rachel too. I liked the unique history and story behind Kat's gift and her curse, as well as the paranormal world that the author creates. I think it added an unique aspect to the book and sets it apart from other YA paranormal books. This will be a fantastic series for fans of paranormal fiction and I'm excited to see how the story progresses in the next book.
Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Plot/Characters: Kat has visions of dead people and these visions are getting harder and harder to hide. Her mother tries to hook Kat up with the cute new neighbor, but he gives Kat the creeps. No, Kat rather fantasize about hooking up with Rick, who she's too terrified to talk to despite her huge crush. I really enjoyed Kat. Although she sees visions, she really does act and worry like the average teenager. She's concerned about buying a car, finding a boyfriend, and spending time with her best friend, Rachel. Rachel is a pretty kick-ass best friend. She's spunky and bubbly but not annoyingly so. Lovell is definitely a creepy neighbor, but I he has a very seductive side to him. He's like a younger and sexier version of Hannibal Lector- only he doesn't eat people. At least, I don't think he does. For those who don't see the sex-appeal of Hannibal, this comparison between the two guys might be lost.
Ending: I like the intensity of the ending. What I didn't like was how more questions were raised just as fast as my original questions were being answered.Read more ›
Now THIS is an amazing cover! I love everything about it. It's dark, it's creepy, and I was beyond thrilled when I was given the chance to review it. It's like the cover was made just for me. There's a ghostly aura about it which fits the story line and totally sucked me in! Add some scary trees in the back and you've got one excited chick. And check out that dress... just wow, perfection.
Kat was such an awesome character. She's really someone to look up to. She's not easily persuaded and she tells it how it is. I didn't like how shy and awkward she was in the beginning due to a certain boy she'd been crushing on, but once the story picked up she totally redeemed herself. Her attitude towards Lovell cracked me up. After a while I was like please give this poor man a break already. And Rachel is just the greatest addition ever. I wish we all had a friend like her!
I knew I was going to love this book from the very beginning. Kat sees ghosts... I'm in! I love a good ghost story and this one did not disappoint. For the first time EVER, I got a little creeped out while reading this book. Bravo Molly, that never happens! I have been waiting for the day when a book would come along that actually made me want to sleep with the lights on, and I have finally found it. I'm a cliffhanger fan so I was pretty content with the ending. I can't wait to read the next installment!
Kat has seen spirits all her life, but has learned to mostly keep the fact to herself after her parents sent her to a pychiatrist when she was younger after she used to talk about seeing them.
Kat spends a lot of her time with her best-friend Rachel while pining away for the school hottie Rick, when he finally asks her out to say she's over the moon is an understatement, when the house next door that's been empty for quite a while is suddenly occupied by Lovell a boy around her age, her Mum seems intent on setting them up, but there's something strange about Lovell and there seems to be something he's hiding.
But suddenly Kat seems to be seeing more spirits than usual, a girl dancing on the field at school, who may or may not be a good spirit and there seems to be a malovent presence following her around, and they're out to get her.
A great book and I'll be eagerly anticipating further books in this series,
I give this 4/5.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon.com. Please head there for more in-depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule. Read morePublished 16 months ago by The Cosy Dragon (Rose Herbert)
I liked this book. It was interesting, grabbed your attention multiple times, and of course Kate! Kate is a cool 17 year old, why because she can see and hear ghosts. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Serenity
This book starts the Dark Prophecy series off with a bang. You are introduced to Kat, her best friend Rachel, her "hot" neighbor Lovell, and her "crush" Rick. Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by K. Herbrand
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
From the opening scene the reader is aware that this book will be eerie, perhaps even creepy. Yea! Read more
A quick and easy read, holds your attention. A little more background for the first book would have been good, but I wasn't lost or frustrated while reading it.Published on April 7, 2013 by HeatherRiley
I had some misgivings about reading this book, not being a big fan of paranormal fiction. I was very pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished on March 17, 2013 by Dwyer
To be honest, I did not pick up this book anticipating much. I was more than pleasantly surprised. I started this book and couldn't put it down until I had finished it. Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by vcatania
Reckoning by Molly M Hall is a paranormal romance for young adults about a girl named Kat who can see ghosts. Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Roxanne Crouse
This is fresh and original fiction from a new voice in the juvenile paranormal genre. I found the characters believable and (mostly) likeable, and while I always looked forward to... Read morePublished on February 17, 2013 by Sherry Kenney
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