About the Book
Book: Mortal Sight
Author: Sandra Fernandez Rhoads
Genre: Young Adult, Urban Fantasy
Release Date: April 14, 2020
When Worlds Collide, Shadow Wrestles Light
Seventeen-year-old Cera Marlowe wants a normal life; one where she and her mom can stop skipping town every time a disturbing vision strikes. But when a girl she knows is murdered by a monster she can’t explain, Cera’s world turns upside down.
Suddenly thrown into an ancient supernatural battle, Cera discovers she’s not alone in her gifting and vows to use her visions to save lives. But why does John Milton’s poem Paradise Lost keep interrupting her thoughts?
In a race against time and a war against unearthly creatures, will decoding messages embedded in the works of classic literature be enough to stop the bloodshed and protect those she loves?
About the Author
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To celebrate her tour, Sandra is giving away the grand prize package of Mortal Sight hardback with exclusive signed bookplate, plus bookmark/Sticker/Button, $30 Amazon gift card, hardback copy of Paradise Lost, and writing Journal of Pierre Auguste Cot’s The Storm!!
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I really liked this book and I am pleasantly surprised.
I requested to review this book a long time ago and as happens often once it comes time to review the book, but before I read it, I wonder if I made a mistake.
I did not. This is a YA novel, but I tend to enjoy those (Harry Potter, Hunger Games) and this one is so interesting. It doesn’t actually talk about Jesus but a Christian reading this can appreciate the spiritual realm that is represented and how it relates to us as believers. Which actually makes this is great book for teens to read and parents to engage them in conversations about this other realm, which I believe does exist.
No matter your age, if you enjoy Frank Peretti type books I think this is one you appreciate.
A copy of this book was given to me through the Celebrate Lit Team. All opinions are my own.