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Wicked Sense by Fabio Bueno
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Sep 09, 12

Recommended to Nikki by: Innovative Online Book Tours
Recommended for: YA Readers
Read from September 05 to 10, 2012

The book starts out good from the beginning. All the characters are believable and someone that you could have gone to school with. Skye starts out a bit weak but slowly empowers herself with Drake and Priscilla's help. She is sent to a high school in Seattle to find a very powerful witch, the Singularity, that has been born in her generation. She has the rare power of true sight, which should help her find the individual, where others have failed so far. She is able to overcome her attachment to Connor and gets a little revenge in the UW library.

Drake seems like a sweetie, but is a realistic character with his own flaws. Not just some perfect individual. He is the quiet hottie, that for some reason gets overlooked. Maybe, because he isn't a player. His friends Boulder and Chase provide some good comic relief as well. Typical teen male shenanigans, gotta love those!

Jane is a free agent of the sisterhood and had a brief fling with Connor...Connor apparently gets around. From the first day Skye shows up at the high school, Jane is trying to get rid of her. She even goes so far as trying to mess around with Drake to get at Skye and find out what Drake has found out from Skye. When that doesn't work she starts taking more drastic measures.
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