Seers



❰Reading❯ ➿ Seers Author Kristine Bowe – E17streets4all.co.uk A Seer is a mind reader But Leesie is no ordinary SeerOn the surface, Leesie s just another seventeen year old orphan, bouncing from one high school to the next In actuality, she s a Seer on clandesti A Seer is a mind reader But Leesie is no ordinary SeerOn the surface, Leesie s just another seventeen year old orphan, bouncing from one high school to the next In actuality, she s a Seer on clandestine missions Leesie possesses the power to travel into layers of memory manipulating her conquests as directed by the clandestine organization of Seers and her enigmatic preceptor, TobiasWhen challenged by her latest mission, Leesie will be left questioning where her true loyalty lies Why is it suddenly difficult to obtain the information she needs What s allowing her to remember fragments of her hazy past And why is it so hard for Leesie to see who has been plotting against her all along An engrossing contemporary novel, Seers explores the fine line between friend and foe and the beauty of determining which memories new and old make us who we areSeers is the winner of the National Association of Elementary School Principals NAESP Children s Book Competition in the Chapter Book category.Seers

Kristine Bowe is a writer and teacher from Southern New Jersey, where she and her husband live with their two daughters She is immersed in all things teen related, and so writing for them was inevitable Seers is Kristine s first published novel.

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  • Hardcover
  • 216 pages
  • Seers
  • Kristine Bowe
  • English
  • 03 July 2019
  • 1934133558

10 thoughts on “Seers

  1. says:

    Customer Reviews4.8 out of 5 stars 5 5.0 out of 5 stars So smart September 17, 2013By JoaniemacaroniFormat HardcoverThis book is so smart The author creates such an intriguing, mind bending world that there were times I needed to put the book down and give my brain time to catch up Great characters Fast paced story Brilliant concepts Can t wait to find out what happens next.5.0 out of 5 stars Great read August 6, 2013By Ella JaneFormat PaperbackMy mom gave me this book, claiming I d love Customer Reviews4.8 out of 5 stars 5 5.0 out of 5 stars So smart September 17, 2013By JoaniemacaroniFormat HardcoverThis book is so smart The author creates such an intriguing, mind bending world that there were times I needed to put the book down and give my brain time to catch up Great characters Fast paced story Brilliant concepts Can t wait to find out what happens next.5.0 out of 5 stars Great read August 6, 2013By Ella JaneFormat PaperbackMy mom gave me this book, claiming I d love it She was right I couldn t put it down The storyline has some good twists, and her characters are believable I look forward to the sequel please tell me there s a sequel This book won the Children s Book of the Year Principal s Award from the National Association of Elementary School Principals I would guess that tweens through adults will enjoy this book Though it s an easy read, it s also a thought provoking book that deals with friendships, mind games, and the what ifs of being able to see into people s minds and what might happen if we could.4.0 out of 5 stars Good fast read July 15, 2013By Penname123Format PaperbackVerified PurchaseLoved it Great quick read Definitely kept me hooked Interesting idea behind the book Can t wait for the next one 5.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing and Compelling July 5, 2013By Sally H.Format HardcoverThis book is fabulously intriguing The story starts out simple and with each a page a new layer of complexity is added, and just when you think it you have it figured outa new layer is uncovered This book is delightful and I can t wait to readplease say there will be

  2. says:

    Disclaimer This author lives in my community and I know her through our local library and friends of the family I knew I was going to read this book out of curiosity and necessity see above but I did not expect to be caught up in it or excited to see the sequels.Very well written although 90% of the book seems to be the narrator s interior life the narrative moves forward well and the reader is anxious to see where things are heading The language and vocabulary were clearly chosen careful Disclaimer This author lives in my community and I know her through our local library and friends of the family I knew I was going to read this book out of curiosity and necessity see above but I did not expect to be caught up in it or excited to see the sequels.Very well written although 90% of the book seems to be the narrator s interior life the narrative moves forward well and the reader is anxious to see where things are heading The language and vocabulary were clearly chosen carefully and are not at all dumbed down for the audience Although the story does include two of my usual complaints about YA novels in it 1 new kid new school and 2 teenage romance , the first is clearly not just a place to start the novel but part of the reason for it, and the second plays a very minor part and the narrator doesn t turn into a squealing teenager when she meets the guy interest but does a great job trying to figure out her feelings I will definitely recommend this to YA readers looking for something different and with a little psychological background not just constant action or romance It s frustrating that the story really does seem to begin just where the book ends but that s the world of trilogies these days

  3. says:

    Not a very interesting book It is defiently meant for a younger age group, and this is shown through its simple and generic storyline It leaves much to be sought after including character development, an enthralling story line, and thought provoking, but that shouldnt be expected in a childs book I dont like the way the author has the flow going in this book He wanders on for most of the book, when the end is easy to decipher, and then at the end, drops all the information in a tumbling heap Not a very interesting book It is defiently meant for a younger age group, and this is shown through its simple and generic storyline It leaves much to be sought after including character development, an enthralling story line, and thought provoking, but that shouldnt be expected in a childs book I dont like the way the author has the flow going in this book He wanders on for most of the book, when the end is easy to decipher, and then at the end, drops all the information in a tumbling heap For children it is a good book, easy to pick and and get through, especially if youre not an intense reader

  4. says:

    This was a fairly good novel I loved the idea of Seers and Extractors Very intriguing On the downside though, having Luke and Eri in the world too was way to convient But all in all, if there was a second Seers book I would read it

  5. says:

    Fantastic

  6. says:

    Too much interior talk and not enough action for a YA book

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