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Five Star Review: The Seventh by SD Wasley


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Publisher: Evernight Teen

Released: January 24, 2015 Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Mystery, Thriller

Length: 262 Pages

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Synopsis: Sixteen year old Mimi Alston has company. No less than three ghosts follow her around, and only she can see them. At her last school, she was known as the girl with imaginary friends. Now Mimi’s starting fresh in a new town, where she’s determined to make some real friends and fit in for once. She’s ready for a normal life...except Mimi never counted on her fascination with troubled goth-boy, Drew. When she’s invited to join the elite Gifted Program, Mimi discovers she’s not the only one at the school with an unusual talent. Maybe being normal isn’t even an option anymore. Review by Lissa: Starting the book your thrown into Mimi's world. She's scared and has no idea why these Ghosts have come to her. They've made her the "weird" one of her school. One day she's invited to a school, to help her and kids like her. The Journey isn't easy but becomes more aware of her self. Understanding that she does have a gift and that she isn't the "weird" one anymore. Mimi grows throughout the entire book. You see a weak girl break the mold and become one that is confident. She also helps another one see that he shouldn't be afraid of the gifts he has. The story was very well done. The different cast of characters and their abilities were something that I think any of us would want. To be a part of something and know your not the only one. The ending I didn't see coming. I had some ideas but they were wrong. I like when a book has a little twist and does something you don't expect. I don't want to give much of this book away. There's so much good in it.

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