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As if balancing all of that with homework and softball wasn't enough, she suddenly seems to possess some sort of bizarre ability: the ability to see or feel things about people - usually frightening things that she definitely doesn't want to see or feel. Danger and violence seem to be looming everywhere. Are these visions real or her imagination? What does it all mean? And why does it seem like her Aunt Fabulous knows something about it?
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By Adriana B on 06-23-16
Good Start To A Teen Series
I enjoyed listening to this audiobook. I love teen genre. The characters were interesting and well developed. It was a laid back story with very little drama and action for most of it.
This book describes everyday normal teen days with a little intrigue about Cheyenne and her flash visions when she touches someone. She doesn't understands what is going on until towards the end which finally picks up with some drama, action, and suspense.
The narrator did a great job bringing the story to life. The story is told in Cheyenne's POV. The story was a bit too slow for me but I'm hoping the next book will be more exciting with more intriguing and suspenseful things happening.
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
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By Reg on 02-28-18
Cheyenne Hawkins is a typical teen obsessed with her phone and her social life and blessed with a fun, awesome family. Her life seems pretty good to her. She has a beautiful sister, two overprotective brothers, and a little sister she adores. Her parents, grandparents and especially Aunt Fabulous make adults fun to be around. She slowly learns that not everyone has it as good as she does all while learning that she has an ability to sense things about people when she comes in contact with them.
This listen took a long time to get things moving but, even so, kept my interesting in a gossipy, chatty, girlfriend spilling her most inner thoughts kind of way. It balances a really fantastic home life with showing a glimpse of an abusive family. Cheyenne comes to a crossroads and must decide if she is going to ignore her new ability or do something about the things she sees.
The narration by Bradetta Vines was perfect for this YA material. She captured the feel of teenage life effortlessly and was excellent throughout the entire listen.
I received this audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review.