Ghost Seer By Robin D. Owens

I was very disappointed with this novel. It’s not what I pictured it to be and it let me down majorly. It was just so slow and boring that I really couldn’t take it anymore. The simple fact that it took me two weeks to actually finish the whole novel should say something. And it wasn’t even that big. That’s just how boring this novel truly is. I just wasn’t very impressed with this one. And I’m not really sure if I even want to read the second one either.

There seems to be something wrong with Clare. She’s having this hallucinations and is pretty sure that she’s going crazy. She’s hearing voices, talking to a dog that nobody else can see, and it she sees cowboys all over the place. There’s clearly something wrong and it all started when her aunt died and left Clare her house. After watching some videos that she left behind, Clare is left with the fact that she is now a Seer. Something that she’s in major denial about and the more that she denies it the closer to death she is. Because not accepting her fate will kill her in time. However, Clare just wants to be normal, because she’s finally met someone that she likes, Zach. Zach is a broken cop that can never be what he wants to be ever again. Because of an injury that he received, Zack had to quit being a cop. Which was very important to him. Now he has to move closer to his hometown, because of that mistake. But it turns out to be a good thing because he meets Clare. He’s attracted to Clare from the moment that he sees her. She’s sweet, funny, honest, and is everything that what he wants in a girl. Well, everything but her actually being crazy. Clare ends up telling Zack that she can see ghosts, and just like she thought he would, he ran. Now Clare has to face down these guys by herself and it may very well be the end of her. Because someone wants to hurt Clare and it’s not the ghost this time.

This novel would be considered an urban fantasy novel, with a little bit of romance added to the mix. Unfortunately, it’s a poorly-written one, because I could hardly finish it myself. The plot of this story was quite dull and it lacked in certain aspects. Aspects such as action and the excitement factor. These areas are surely lacking and I don’t see it getting any better for the other novels either. It honestly just wasn’t all that, and because of this it took me two weeks to finish. That’s how boring this novel truly was. So as far as my recommendation goes I’d say that this novel really isn’t even worth your time. There are better ghost novels out there that actually deserve the attention. Whereas, this one certainly does not.


*Read on May 2nd, 2016

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