Sabine is finally starting to feel accepted at her new high school. She's friends with the popular girls and even has a cute boyfriend. But Sabine also has a dark secret-she's psychic, and was forced to leave her old school after she accurately predicted the death of a football player.
Volunteering with her friends to help run the psychic booth at their school's fundraising carnival, Sabine discovers too late that the fake crystal ball she meant to bring has been mysteriously switched. In its place is the strange "witch ball" she locked away after her grandmother refused to have it in the house. Now the haunted witch ball's predictions are coming true, and Sabine must solve the mystery before its final prediction-her own death-becomes a deadly reality.
My Thoughts :
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series. The Seer is about a young girl called Sabine who has been sent off, by her parents, to live with her grandmother because she is a psychic. The move makes her life more exciting and stressful than she could ever imagine. Not only has she found friends she can share her secret with but Sabine is also trying to find a cure for her ill grandmother. Her deteriorating health is a constant problem.
This third part in the series sees Sabine having relationship problems with her guy and things improving with her mother. However on the down side there are some predictions made with the help of the Witch Ball that do not bode well. As Sabine and her friends try and track down the people who need their help things with her own family need some help too.
I love the concept and the characters in this one. The style is good too. Not too young and not lovey dovey this one is turning out to be psychic and interesting. Not over the top and with good basis and plot I am looking forward to book #4 and wonder how things will turn out for all involved.
Expect another review soon from this series. Despite having a lot of books to read I really don't want to wait too long to continue this one. I really need to see what happens next.