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Posted September 24, 2008
This book started off really exciting because something interesting happened right in the beginning. Through the rest of the book though, it was basically just the main character, Gracie, finding clues and secrets out about her Aunt Shea and her father, Nate¿s, past. It got a little bit boring after a while and I sort of knew what was going to happen because it is similar to other books I have read. The book was about a girl named Gracie who, as a baby, her father left her and her mother. After her mom¿s death, Gracie moved in with her Aunt Shea. Then, she is shocked to see her dad at the doorstep, asking to see her. At first she is very skeptical of the idea of her and her father becoming friends, like he is trying to do. But as time goes on she starts warming up to him. But then, after the body of Hank Hobbs is found in a body of water, she starts investigating, and finding out secrets about her father and her Aunt Shea¿s past. She starts getting premonitions, but cannot tell whether they are from the past, present, or future. I would recommend this book to readers about 12-17. The type of reader I would recommend it to would be a person who likes mystery books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 26, 2008
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