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Spirit Legacy (The Gateway Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Technically speaking, the book was well written. There were no obvious typos, grammatical errors, or misplaced punctuation. The text read fluidly and cleanly and I felt engaged by the plot and characters.
There was, however, one thing that made this a 4 star read rather than a 5 star. The plot was cliché. Teen sees dead people? Been done. Crazy teen sees dead people? Also been done. A Goth character that meets a ghost and doesn’t realize he is one? Again, been done. It was all very familiar. I wasn’t wowed by any particular part of the story because the plot was the same as hundreds of other books in the genre just like it. There were no surprising twists or big revelations.
Does that mean I didn’t enjoy the story? No. I did enjoy the story. I liked the characters (mostly), the writing/voice of the book—and sure, the plot was cliché, but I was still entertained.
Overall, I liked the book a lot despite its flaws. If you like teen ghost stories or paranormal mysteries, you’ll probably like it too. I’d recommend you give it a read. Although it wasn’t new or surprising, I look forward to seeing how this story continues further along in the series—who knows, maybe there are surprises in store.
Strange things happening at an increasing rate makes it harder to put Spirit Legacy down. Ghosts, Durupinen, "Teigh Anonn," off to England for a couple of years to get trained? On to book two of The Gateway Trilogy to find out what happens next!
After her mother's death she moves in with her aunt her mum's twin sister Karen who she hadn't met before now. Things are awkward but thankful she soon moves on to University where she is on a full scholarship. After arriving at St Matthews things change in ways Jess couldn't even imagine, starting with a photo taken on the first day which shows Jess surround by white smudge. The person taking the picture thinks its just a glitch with the film he couldn't be more wrong.
The highlight of the start of the university term is a fair - Jess goes with her new roommate Tia and the girls from across the hall. Last stop of the night turn out to be a fortune tellers tent. Jess doesn't believe in such things and Tia at first isn't interested but after the others have their turn Tia has a change of heart. Jess goes in with Tia but is soon told to leave she her presents is overwhelming the teller, hurt by this Jess promptly leaves the tent where she runs into a cute boy. She runs into the boy a few more times before finally finding out his name is Evan and they take English class together - he writes his phone number in her favourite book - hamlet. It turns out not to be his number but a message to help Hanna.
I don't want to say anymore without give away too much of the intrigue and suspense in the book, needless to say I couldn't put the book down and I can't wait for the next one to come out