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The Light Catcher

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A highly intuitive mother gets psychic hits about the kids next door, and she thinks she’s going crazy. She's not, but her doubt doesn’t stop a clock that’s ticking toward disaster.

Chantal and Marc Gladstone run away to a majestic seaside home on England’s south coast: Chantal wants to heal childhood memories. But running away has its own problems. At his new job Marc face
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Paperback, 246 pages
Published October 17th 2014 by Bad Day Books
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Maxine (Booklover Catlady)
This was unlike anything I had read this year so far, with a really interesting synopsis I was delighted to have won a copy of this book via the author and Goodreads First Reads. I was reading for a reading session as soon as it arrived. And what about that cover? Love it, cover love!



This is quite a complex book. It certainly is not one to be read if you are being distracted, it requires all of your attention and really challenged my thinking whilst reading it. The writing itself is a double edg
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Molly Larkin
Oct 17, 2014 Molly Larkin rated it it was amazing
This was a very enjoyable read. As a spiritual coming of age, it was great. But it is also an excellent mystery that had me unable to put it down towards the end. I just did not see that ending coming. Anyone undergoing growth of their intuition and opening up spiritually will get alot out of it. The lesson? Trust your intuition, something we can all benefit from.
Suzanne
Dec 21, 2015 Suzanne rated it it was amazing
This was my first ever psychic coming of age read. I was surprised how much I could relate to the protagonist's abilities, I've been missing her since I finished this book. Cynthia spins a good tale which made it hard to put down.
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Apr 03, 2016 Jeanne rated it really liked it
This is a great Goodreads Firstread. My initial impression was that it was going to be about finding oneself after childhood trauma but it is so much much more. While the main character Chantal battles her insecurities and doubts her intuition regarding her abilities as a woman,wife and mother, she realizes the neighbors have their own secrets which she cannot ignore. This book is also a mystery with an unusual and original plot and enough twists and turns to satisfy the reader. The end does not ...more
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Dec 23, 2014 Steve rated it really liked it
This is a well written book with a unique twist.I did enjoy reading this and would recommend this to others.
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Cynthia Rosi grew up in Seattle, and attended South Shore Middle School and Rainier Beach High School during the voluntary desegregation program. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound and took the first flight out to London, UK, where she'd met during a semester abroad a boy at a bus-stop.
In London, Rosi reported for newspapers and magazines and sold Motherhunt and Butterfly Eyes to He
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