Join Tara in the second book of the Dying Thoughts series as she faces new challenges.
Tara Leverton has a ‘gift’. Up until recently it has been kept a secret from everyone.
Things have certainly changed.
For one, Tara has a best friend, Kaolin. For another, Kaolin, her dad and the police know about her ‘gift’. She’s got the chance to help them solve murders – actually make a difference, one that doesn’t involve doing homework on time.
When tragedy strikes can Tara be the eyes seeing things that no one was supposed to see?
About the Author
Joey Paul is an indie author, exploring the young adult crime genre. She has released eleven books in total so far, with the twelfth and thirteenth due out in 2018. Her current works include the "Dying Thoughts" series, which is eight books. She usually writes crime and mystery fiction, with a paranormal twist, but she has been known to dabble in contemporary romance and general fiction. She is writing her twenty-first and twenty-second books at the moment, having recently finished her last two. Joey is disabled and a recent graduate from The Open University with a BA (Hons) in Health & Social Care. When not reading medical textbooks, she enjoys reading crime novels, medical dramas and young adult novels. When she's out and about, she likes looking for Tupperware in the woods with GPS satellites, otherwise known as geocaching. And when she's not doing THAT, she's sleeping! She's 36 and has been writing since she was retired from her job on medical grounds at the age of 19. She plans to write for as long as she has ideas or until someone tells her to stop!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dying Thoughts ~ Second Sight takes you right back into Tara's life. There is something so refreshing about this series. I can't get enough of the great adventure. With all the humorous moments there is a real life force. I am touched by the real life emotion filled with depth and great insight. This series moved me, entertained me and left me wanting more. This particular book was completely riveting and I was lost into the mystery that this story held. This is what a great book does. Leads you to a great escape that you can connect to at the same time. "Mostly though, people don't know they're going to die. They don't get up one morning, get dressed and know that they're going to die in whatever clothes they put on - if they did then no one would ever die in some of the god awful outfits I've seen. They'd make sure they had matching underwear, they'd take time doing their hair and putting on make up and everything. They'd make the effort to be the best they could be."