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Preview — Don't Die, Dragonfly by Linda Joy Singleton
Don't Die, Dragonfly (The Seer #1)
After getting kicked out of school and sent to live with her grandmother, Sabine Rose is determined to become a "normal" teenage girl. She hides her psychic powers from everyone, even from her grandmother Nona, who also has "the gift." Having a job at the school newspaper and friends like Penny-Love, a popular cheerleader, have helped Sabine fit in at her new school. She h...more
Don't Die Dragonfly is the first book in The Seer series. Sabine Rose is sent to live with her maternal Grandmother, Nona, after a boy dies at her school. Plagued with visions, she feels as if she let ...more
16-year-old Sabine has a secret – she gets visions and warnings about the future – although they’re always about other people.
Her latest warning is about a girl with a dragonfly tattoo, although she’s not really sure what she’s supposed to be warning her about.
When someone puts the janitor in the hospital after a break in at the school, Sabine is determined to find out who did it, especially when it seems the culprit is trying to frame her.
Who injured the jani ...more
What makes the book interesting and worth reading are the characters of Sabine and the people around her, and their interactions. Many teenagers are convinced that, if others discover their secret self (even if it's not that they're psychic), they'll be rejected and lose ...more
I sorta spoiled myself some things. Not much but enough to make me question if I will keep reading this series.
Although, the next book looks quite promising, this book lacked of the things I was looking for: all the coven stuff and circles, that kind of thing. There wasn't much about actually being a witch, the way I wanted it to.
Plus, wh ...more
Dragonfly dealt mostly with the high school social dynamic. I enjoyed the Singleton's style of writing and how she presented ...more
I read this young adult book in one day! Maybe because I am twice as old as the suggested reader. I don't care though, because it helped me escape into a world of the paranormal. Sabine is a young girl trying to find her way in life with a secret that she hides only to protect herself from becoming the outcast she was in her former school. She finds her way through her mundane life and finds love, friends and people who really like ...more
The MC, a 16 year old girl named Sabine, has inherited her gra ...more
To start with, Josh is the most freaking perfect person EVER. The guy volunteers at a Children's Hospital for Pete's sake. He doesn't lose his temper. He doesn't have any vices that were mentioned. He's... perfect. And let's face it, Mr Perfect would be nice in real life but in a story he's just boring. That right there was t ...more
When I first started reading this, it reminded me of those Goosebumps book series I was so into growing up, with scenes drawn out of bedtime stories that had monsters in the closet and whatnot; then, as I continued, it transcended into something more like those Sweet Valley High books I used to alw ...more
***DON'T READ IT IF YOU DON'T WANT SPOILERS.***
Sabine Rose was kicked out of her home by her own mother after predicting a boy's death. Sabine can see ghosts and sometimes has premonitions. Now she's living with her grand-mother and everything is going fine because no one knows about her powers. Everything changes when she has a vision of a girl with a dragonfly tattoo and lots of blood. Things become even more weird when she meets that girl named Dani ...more
Sabine is an average girl with one power no one else has. She sees the future. When Sabine starts having visions of this girl with a dragonfly tattoo. She goes on the search to find this girl. Will she risk everything she has worked for or will she help this girl before it's too late?
I loved Dominic. He was quiet, self-assured and handsome. None of this made him seem unreal to me though. And his ability to (view spoiler)[ speak to a ...more