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UNSEEN by STEPHANIE ERICKSON

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MY REVIEW
Unseen is a book that was interesting to read. In some ways I would think most girls would like to find out what their dates were thinking instead of wasting time.
Over all this book is good which is why I am giving it a 4/5 rating.
Mackenzie Day constantly struggles to silence the voices in her head. The inner thoughts of those around her intrude upon every aspect of her life, threatening to turn it into chaos.

All her life, she thought she was alone as a mind reader--a freak.

Then a member of a secret organization called The Unseen suddenly introduces himself, and she's immersed in a world she never knew existed. They teach her to hone her skills as a reader, but to what end? Secrets surround her, humming just out of reach, filling her with questions.

Who are they? What do they do with their mind-reading abilities? In the end, just how far will Mackenzie go to be part of The Unseen?
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CHRISTINE ODYSSEY by J. L. CAMPBELL

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Welcome to the "Christine's Odyssey" Mini-Tour!
Award winning author J.L. Campbell pens a powerful story that brings you to tears. Christine's Odyssey is Book One in the Simms Sibling Series, about a set of children who lose their parents. This is a story that doesn't speak to children, but adults and families as well.


Here's The Blurb!
Raised in a hotbed of arguments and fights, eleven-year-old Christine Simms is the victim of her mother's temper and cruelty. A domestic dispute ends in tragedy, sending the family into a tailspin. 

A shocking discovery sends Christine on a quest to find the stranger who left her behind in Jamaica. 
Determined to unravel the mystery of her birth, Christine uses every tool at her disposal and treads with courage where no child should.


Christine's Odyssey blends Middle Grade/Young Adult, themes of loss, and Caribbean heritage. One does not have had to experienced any of these to connect with it's prose.
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