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See (See #1)

3.98  ·  Rating Details  ·  1,210 Ratings  ·  133 Reviews
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Forgetting who you are, your ambitions, your passions is crippling….but remembering – embracing your purpose with a new sense of determination is more than empowering….it's life altering. Charlie Myers is on a life altering path that will cause the dammed to humble in silence.

One night…just a few friends, how could it go so wrong? That w
Kindle Edition, original, 323 pages
Published May 5th 2012
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Apr 24, 2012 Samantha rated it it was amazing
This book was an addictive and alluring book with a flowing melodic undertone that hums as you read...

The book starts dark, as a reader you feel Charlie. You’re as confused and bewildered as she is ... As you read, it all starts to connect and as I neared the end it's started to clear up to me just like it did for Charlie.

I found the characters easy to relate to, they were all unique and easy to fall in love with as well as cheer for them. Each character was an individual that brought something
Cynthia Cene
May 15, 2012 Cynthia Cene rated it it was amazing
As most of you know Jamie's first series, The Insight series is my 2nd favorite YA series but now after reading SEE and don't know which one is my favorite.

SEE is somewhat on the same basis as Insight. You have true love or soul mates, the main characters wanting to help "people", and totally hot guys! And guess what? There are twins in SEE! But, that is where the similarities end. SEE, to me, is darker and I love that!

This book will completely hook you. Before you know it you will be 100 to 200
Jessica (Taking It One Book at a Time)
First Thought: Edge of my seat the WHOLE time!

Plunging into SEE I already had high hopes for it because of Jamie's previously published, Insight Series. There’s just something about the way that she writes that calls to my soul. It’s vivid, emotional and takes my breath away.

Forgetting who you are and everything you've know sucks. Initially I felt SO bad for Charlie, but then I kind of started to appreciate her memory loss. As she moves back home and starts remembering everything, it's like you'
Jul 19, 2012 Suzanne rated it liked it
I have to admit that when I started reading this I didn't know what it was about and the plot didn't really come to light until I was over halfway through, so this added to the mystery of the book. Charlie gets drugged by her "friends", Bianca and Britain, and when she wakes up, important memories are missing.

After her graduation, her mom moves her home to Salem to live with her sister, where she starts to put her memory back together, with the help of her real friends Madison, Aden and especia
Diantha Jones
This is my first Jamie Magee book. I’d heard the author’s Insight series was really good, so going into See I really didn’t know what to expect, but I had above average expectations. I won’t really say too much plot wise since revealing anything about what’s going on would totally spoil the book. But I’ll try my best to be “insightful”.

What I liked

The concept and plot were just amazing. Like I said, I can’t tell you anything about what it is, but what a very cool concept and one that I haven’t e
Alright first few things I need to say before I start this review, a) This was my first Jamie Magee book, I never read the Insight Series, I have the first one just never read it, i don't know if that effects ANYTHING at all, from one person's review i read i think its in the same world but totally different characters, now if that is true i do not know. b) I skimmed the last 25% of the book...hehe i will say why later. But with all that said this wasn't for me, thats not to say that its not for ...more
Sep 06, 2012 Rhonda marked it as to-read
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Yvonne (The Shadow Realm)
See follows Charlie as she tries to piece together her memory and find out what all the strange stuff is that is happening around her. To say that I liked this book would be an understatement. I LOVED it! I am ashamed to say that this is the first book by Jamie that I have read but I can safely say that it won't be the last.

We are taken on a journey of self-discovery aided by the power of music. The reader is just as confused and frustrated as Charlie in what happened the night her memories were
Caro [The Book Rogue]
Feb 07, 2016 Caro [The Book Rogue] rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Caro by: Suzanne
What a chaotic adventure! This is the type of book where you have no clue whatsoever what's going on - because the main character doesn't know. And as Charlie regains the pieces she had lost, and with them her old self, you uncover just how important your memories and experiences are for your personality. Every imperssion shapes you, every achivement, every mistake. So while Charlie finds her way back to being herself, she also grows even stronger on these harsh events at the same time. All of t ...more
May 06, 2012 Janet rated it it was amazing
I was fortunate to have pre read this book for Jamie.
This is a must read for all Insight fans Jamie's first series ..and if you haven't read them yet ..why the hell not?
We meet Charlie, Madison,Aden and the oh so dreamy Draven ...

Charlie Myers is on a life altering path that will cause the damned to humble in silence…

One night…just a few friends how could it go so wrong? That was the question seventeen year old Charlie Myers was asking when she found herself in the ER. Outwardly nothing was wron
Jul 16, 2012 Delphina rated it it was amazing
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Brilliant. Seriously, this book was brilliant. I was sucked in from the first page and putting it down was almost painful. I had read the synopsis months before I read the book, so I basically read it blind. I loved that I had no idea what Charlie was up against as she worked at unweaving the mystery that has become her life. WOW! I did not see most of it coming and and am so excited that I already have book two, Witness,up on my kindle. I am actually guessing this will be way shorter than the b ...more
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May 11, 2012 Paranormal Reads rated it really liked it
See starts you wondering just what happened to Charlie the night she wakes up in the ER. She doesn't remember that night and as she soon learns that night isn't the only thing she has forgot. As you continue to read the mystery of Charlie's life unfolds and she must learn who is her friends and who is her enemies.

Jamie Magee weaves a very intriguing tale of mystery, friendship mystical things and some super hot fictional guys. I really enjoyed her writing style and how much you get into this bo
See starts you wondering just what happened to Charlie the night she wakes up in the ER. She doesn't remember that night and as she soon learns that night isn't the only thing she has forgot. As you continue to read the mystery of Charlie's life unfolds and she must learn who is her friends and who is her enemies.

Jamie Magee weaves a very intriguing tale of mystery, friendship mystical things and some super hot fictional guys. I really enjoyed her writing style and how much you get into this boo
Sep 17, 2012 Dana rated it it was amazing
From the moment this book started I was hooked. That doesn't happen often and I loved it. Immediately there is talk of hearing things, and losing memories, and I had to know what happened to the main character Charlie. I was immersed in her confusion and desire to know what happened to make her forget parts of her life. When she goes back to her childhood home to live with her sister, she becomes involved with a group of friends, who she has known forever, but for some feels like she just met, a ...more
Aug 11, 2012 Edieann rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites

This book was an absolute-keep you on the edge of your seat-can't put the book down-must read every page and ignore sleep-page turner that had me captivated from page one. This story was so original and full of had me completely clueless on what could possibly happen next. Some stories are predictable...but, I doubt one person could have seen where the story was going!!! Do yourself a favor and give this book a chance. You won't regret it- I promise!!! Can't wait to see what the ne
Jenn Green
Apr 03, 2016 Jenn Green rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
To be honest, I went into this book thinking "Nope, gonna hate it." The book summary is just TOO LONG. It doesn't make the book seem all that interesting, and if I hadn't gotten it for free, I would never have thought twice about purchasing it. I can honestly think of a thousand different ways to summarize the book in a more concise, interesting way that would actually make someone WANT to read the book, and I hope the author considers changing it in the future.

Now, as for the actual book, I was
Oct 16, 2012 Laurie rated it it was amazing
This is the 1st in a new series by this fairly new author. It is my understanding that the See series is going to tie in with the Insight series and you can already start to see that with this 1st installment. It amazes me when authors can keep track of what is going on in a story line to create more than one book in a series. It is really awesome to think that an author has the capability to do that with 2 series and then tie them together in the process. I can't wait to see how this turns out.
Charles Ray
Feb 13, 2016 Charles Ray rated it liked it
Charlie Myers wakes up after a party with a problem; her memories are missing, or seriously messed up, and she needs those memories to make sense of her world. Whispers of the Damned by Jamie Magee follows Charlie as she tries to piece together the fragmented images in her tormented mind and, unfortunately, it sort of goes downhill from there. This story is part of a long series dealing with the paranormal mainly, but also with the convoluted life of a teenager on the verge of womanhood. It waxe ...more
Line Skori
Apr 23, 2012 Line Skori rated it really liked it
A big 5 out of 6 stars for this one :D I absolutly adore Jamie Magees writing style.
It suites me so well. Thanks a lot for the ARC.
I will not spoil anything here. You can read my whole review on my blog 9th May :)

I will just say that this book was so exciting and full of drama :)
And not to forget full of love <3 and cute guys :)
If you loved the Insight series, you will definitly love this one ;)
And if you havent read Insight series, you should definitly check out both series :)
Not too sure this was my cup of tea. Nothing specific that comes to mind, but it didn't seem to have as much action as I expected. The action it did have was passive. It took awhile for me to figure out what was going on and that was after I read the summary.

This story is about a girl, who is able to look at ghosts and actually see their past life to find a nice memory they can focus on to send them to the next plane of existence. However, a negative person has tried to influence her ability, ca
Flamingcrystal Flamingcrystal
May 05, 2014 Flamingcrystal Flamingcrystal rated it really liked it
A captivating story... See is about Charlie who lost her memory. Bianca gave Charlie a tranquilizer and put her under a spell to loose her memory and her ability to see the lost souls that Charlie used to help. Charlie’s mother found her in the nick of time and rescued her from the evil Bianca and Britian. Charlie woke up in hospital after the incident with Bianca and Britian. Charlie discovered that she lost her memory. Charlie’s Mother then sends her to live with her sister Kara in Salem. Char ...more
Sep 02, 2014 Leilani rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The beginning of this book is frustrating as the reader you definitely feel the confusion the main female lead goes through and after finishing the last book it leaves you anxious with their mission that is declared. As the story progresses and slowly I might add it gets very consuming in the middle and the end with all the pieces fitting together into an exciting series you know it's going to be. As the characters in this book struggle to piece together the missing pieces of memories lost to th ...more
Gail Thompson
I still like these books but.................The focus is now on the other group of teens to fill us in on what led them to the point where theyjoined the origional 'cast'. I do like these characters but no as much as the origionals, and the other storyline was better. I'm hoping that by the time I get to the last book I'll be blown away with how both sets interact!
Jessica *The Lovely Books*
Jun 14, 2012 Jessica *The Lovely Books* rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
That was powerful! I loved the story from the first page until the very last. It's rare for a book to captivate me in that kind of way.
My full review will be up July 14 along with the review to the sequel Witness! Stay tuned:)
Jul 20, 2012 Jamie rated it it was amazing
A wonderful tale.. Love how it shows you that you do not have to be alone to battle your battles. Its okay to lean on someone for help! A wonder written YA book does not cross the line. A must read for 2012!
Jul 20, 2012 Amy rated it it was amazing
Gets you from the start and holds onto you. Keeps you wondering what is going to happen and if Charlie is ever going to find her way back to herself. Love how it connects with Insight series.
Jul 27, 2012 Jeanne rated it it was amazing
This book kept me intrigued the entire time I read it. About half way through, I started to see some ties back to the Insight series. If you love music, this book will draw you into it.
Jan 27, 2013 Stephen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy
This is the best book by this author yet, I had a hard time putting it down, am anxious to start the next book
Emily Agnello
Apr 27, 2016 Emily Agnello rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overall a good book. I will say that some part were very confusing especially in the way that things were discribed. For example Charlie's house was very hard for me to understand what it looked like and visualize because of the bizzare way it looked and was described. Some of the supernatuteral parts were also very hard to understand and I ended up reading sme parts 2-3 times. I liked how Charlie got her memory back through her love Draven. Another thing, the names in this book were also weird. ...more
Feb 21, 2013 Veronica rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book. It is well written and I couldn't put it down.
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I'm an obsessive daydreamer. Lover of loud alternative music. I love to laugh until it hurts. Fall is my favorite season. Black is my favorite 'shade.' Strong believer in the saying: there is a reason for everything, therefore I search for 'marked moments' every moment of everyday...and I find them. Life is beautiful!
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Other Books in the Series

See (6 books)
  • Witness (See #2; Web of Hearts and Souls #5)
  • Synergy (See #3; Web of Hearts and Souls #8)
  • Redefined (See #4; Web of Hearts and Souls #10)
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“the way the music was written seemed to be individualized, meaning that each person that listened to the music heard something different; it just depended on what they were going through in their own lives.” 6 likes
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