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Publisher's Summary

As number one New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong's new Cainsville series continues, Olivia's power to read omens leads to the discovery of a gruesome crime with troubling connections to her new hometown.
Omens, the first installment in Kelley Armstrong's exciting new series, introduced Olivia Taylor-Jones, daughter of notorious serial killers, and Gabriel Walsh, the self-serving, morally ambiguous lawyer who became her unlikely ally. Together, they chased down a devious killer and partially cleared her parents of their horrifying crimes. Their success, however, is short-lived. While Olivia takes refuge in the old, secluded town of Cainsville, Gabriel's past mistakes have come to light, creating a rift between the pair just when she needs his help the most.
Olivia finds a dead woman in her car, dressed to look like her, but the body vanishes before anyone else sees it. Olivia's convinced it's another omen, a sign of impending danger. But then she learns that a troubled young woman went missing just days ago - the same woman Olivia found dead in her car. Someone has gone to great lengths to kill and leave this young woman as a warning. But why? And what role has her new home played in this disturbing murder?
Olivia's effort to uncover the truth places her in the crosshairs of old and powerful forces, forces that have their own agenda, and closely guarded secrets they don't want revealed.
©2014 Kelley Armstrong (P)2014 Penguin Audio
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4 out of 5 stars
By Shannon on 08-24-14

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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, for any one who loves mythology, especially Celtic, Welsh mythology this is the book for you.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Visions?

Hard to say, there were a lot of moments that were good and makes you guess what is coming next. For those who read the first book, they know that the center of both books is the small town of Cainsville, an odd little town with a variety of characters, quite literally. Olivia Taylor-Jones aka Eden Larsen, a young woman with a psst that even she does not fully know, searches more about who she is. She is aided by her birth mother's attorney, Gabriel Walsh. Both of their roots are in Cainsville and some of the best parts and the theme that comes into play is the dynamic between these two people. It is not a sexual or love interest but one of true allies. There are times when Liv gets angry with Gabriel but it is short lived as they become closer regarding what they have come to understand about Cainsville and their heritage. Both of their goal is to investigate the murders Liv's birth parents are accused of committing and how it may involve the citizens of Cainsville. It poses many questions and answers some from Omens but you find yourself completely enthralled into the lives of these two characters in particular as they discover that they are pawns in a bigger picture.

What about Carine Montbertrand and Mozhan Marno ’s performance did you like?

Yes, they were excellent. I like the way Carine Montbertrand is the primary narrator for Liv from her point of view and how Mozhan Marno narrates for other people's thoughts, feelings and intentions. It works quite well because the reader knows what else was going on around the main character by using one and knowing what else is going on around by using another. It works quite well.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I would have to say that it was not one particular moment so much as a theme that went throughout the story. Even though Gabriel is usually the one who messes it up, Liv comes to understand that and backs off from him as she gets to know him. I liked the way the bond between the two becomes strong as they become very loyal to each other and have each others' backs throughout the story. I do not know what is in store for the two characters, but they make a great team throughout the story to the point of a best friend type of kinship as they both come to understand what was done to both of them and how their bond deepens.

Any additional comments?

It is hard to write any type of review because I really do not want to give the story away. It did not focus on the investigation of the murders so much as it is investigating a murder of someone who has ties to Cainsville and what they are able to find out about the people who live there and the effect that the citizens have had not only on Liv and Gabriel's life but others as well as the two discover their importance or role and how the plans of the townspeople is revealed and how others become interested in the two.
This is a story that will want to make you talk about to others who have read it to come up with what you think will happen next. There is so many aspects that I found interesting in the series so far that I am wondering how Kelley Armstrong is going to tied it all together in just one more book. I think it would be interesting to have side stories as some authors have done with their books. The Cainsville series so far is a great story that leaves you with a sense of fulfillment and also keeps you wondering what is going to happen in the next book.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly on 08-31-15

I Am Begging You!!!

If you could sum up Visions in three words, what would they be?

Please Help Us. I have read every book written by Kelley Armstrong. I love her stories, I think she is a marvelous author. However, I did not realize until it became necessary for me to listen to books instead of reading them, the pitiful grammar used by some of my favorite authors. Please stop using the phrases "these ones" and "those ones". When I was READING the books my auto edit corrected all those deficiency for me, and I did not realize how frequently these grammatic errors were occurring. I have given up on people using lay and lie correctly, however, I am drawing the line in the sand here.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Visions?

I would rather read/listen to a book that I have heard many times and enjoyed, than waste my money to find out the book I chose is not one I like.

Have you listened to any of Carine Montbertrand and Mozhan Marno ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Their performances are fine. Though I would prefer Ms Montbertrand voice had a lower pitch. More the twenty-five year old than the fifteen year old.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I love all of her work. I've read everything she's written and expect to read everything she continues to write.

Any additional comments?

If we cannot get correct grammar from the authors we love, where do we turn. You would never catch Thomas Hardy or Agatha Christie misusing grammar.

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