A year after throwing in his lot with Rahab Carmichael and her quirky super-powered friends, Bracken Carnegie is a Grover Cleveland Academy graduate. And for a guy who always considered Seeing the future as a curse, Bracken’s present looks pretty sweet. He has a decent job, an apartment stocked with Ramen noodles, and a girlfriend that’s into him, failures and all.
But Bracken is still haunted by the consequences of his past life. Almost four years ago, while attending Cornwall Preparatory, Bracken was plagued by a recurring Vision—a Vision of blood. No matter how he tried to change fate, the future only grew darker. Was Bracken doomed merely to know of every horrible thing that would happen without leaving him any power to change it?
So now, when another foreboding Vision keeps returning, Bracken is too paralyzed by fear and doubt to act on it. While Rahab, Scout, and Hawkins continue their amateur superhero adventures around Boston, Bracken can only think about the many people he’s hurt. He can’t afford to lose anyone else he cares about, even if it means ignoring his powers and forsaking his team.
But will ignoring the people he loves the most really allow Bracken to save them? Can he stand idly by and watch the future unfold, or will he find the strength to fight fate one more time?
To See Clearly is the third of the Grover Cleveland Academy books.
About the Author
Jessie Sanders reads, writes, and parents in Oklahoma. She is a freelance editor of fiction and the author of the Grover Cleveland Academy series.