Tuesday, September 30, 2014

••••••••Review of Reveal By Brina Courtney ••••••••


I was given the opportunity to read Reveal, and so glad I did. I love the paranormal books! This one was quite different from the norm. It had shape shifters but not the normal wolf kind. They shifted into normal house cats, and could talk to ghosts. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and I plan to get the other books in the series. I just have to know how it all ends.
Then there the surprise at the end, the one thing Shay has been hoping for happens. But not to spoil the book you'll have to read to find out.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.

                                                             Book Description

Shay could be the key to ending a war that humans don't know exist. Of a race of beings that aren't real, or are they?
Shay Tafford's childhood has been fatherless, filled instead with memories of speaking to the dead. She is forced to hide her unique ability from those living around her. That's why it's been comforting to have Jeremy, a child ghost, as her confidante. But recently he's been absent, perhaps lost as her father is. When Shay meets Hugh, the guy she's had a crush on for weeks, and finds he can speak to ghosts too she's just starting to find a normalcy in her life.
But as Hugh reveals the truth to Shay, about who she really is and about what it is she can do, he erases all chances she had at a normal existence. Turns out talking to ghosts is just scratching the surface of her genetically engineered gifts. Shay learns she may be part of an age old prophecy that could save the entire race of cryptids. But can she?

                                                   ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bina Courtney is a young adult author obsessed with chocolate, crime shows, and fantasy movies. 

She's spent the last few years as an elementary teacher and a high school cheering coach. She lives in a 

small town in Pennsylvania with her husband and two very loud, small dogs. You can find her on her

or on Twitter, @brinacourtney.

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