Oct 3, 2015

Shiver Cove Part 3

Shiver Cove Part 3
by TJ Shortt

Book: Shiver Cove #3
Publisher: TJ Shortt
Pub Date: August 2015
Genre: Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Author
Book Links: Goodreads  Amazon

Recent ‘animal attacks’ in Shiver Cove have everyone on edge, but only Sandi and her friends realize the connection to an evil, creature they call ‘The Beast’. 
Unlike some of her supernatural friends, Sandi is just a regular girl and she hates it. After failed months of trying to become a psychic medium, she decides to go in another direction. Secretly, Sandi begins to learn about magic. 
When she discovers the concept of vision quests it seems like the perfect way to safely learn more about ‘The Beast’, although nothing ever goes smoothly in Shiver Cove. 
The vision quest ends with Sandi in the hospital, leaving her explaining how she didn’t try to kill herself. Desperately she attempts to piece together any useful information from the vision. 
Sandi pulls herself together just as the psychic side effects of her near-death experience begin to haunt her. Could her newfound abilities help in their quest to stop ‘The Beast’ or will she have to step away to protect the ones she loves?


My Review: I'm back with the next book! By now, I've read enough of this world to know that no matter what, I know I'm going to like each book. Each one is different and the author hasn't failed me yet!

Anywho...it's Sandi's story now. Sandi is the odd one out here. She is the only one in her group of friends that has no supernatural element. She is just a normal average girl. Most would like it, but not Sandi. She doesnt like being the normal girl and wants to change that. After failed attempts of being a medium, she looks into magic. 

She learns of something that could help her learn more about "The Beast". Well it could go either way, after all, magic is not an easy or safe bet. In this case, it lands Sandi in the hospital. Then things start to change and pick up a little more. Sandi may finally have powers. She may know of a way to stop "The Beast", or she could just walk away from it all. 

Which just leads you, to become glued to the pages until the last word. Another great read!


My Rating:
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