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Order of the Seers

(Order of the Seers #1)

3.94  ·  Rating details ·  263 Ratings  ·  67 Reviews
What would you do if you held infinite power in the palm of your hand? Order of the Seers poses this question within a story that fuses action, mystery, romance, and adventure in a science fiction novel that keeps you at the edge of your seat. Order of the Seers begins with the journey of Liam and Lilith Knight, a brother and sister who are hunted by The Guild, a ruthless ...more
Paperback, 313 pages
Published September 2012 by Lionsky Publishing (first published August 28th 2012)
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Angela Auten
Dec 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
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Wendy Hines
Jul 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book is amazing! It's geared toward young adults but adults will find the storyline engaging and pageturning. The concept that a genetic marker gives some individuals to see the future is powerful. Especially considering the fact that The Guild locates those people and uses them for their own political motives. Lilli is a Seer, and her brother Liam will do whatever it takes to keep her safe. It's the last thing his mom told him before she was murdered.

While on the run, Liam and Lilli run in
Jul 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a really GoodRead! Slow paced, too slow for my liking, Yet the story moves in a way that kept Mi interested. I hate I do not have the next two installments, but I really do look forward to the next reads.
Coleen (The Book Ramblings)
Aug 30, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: sci-fi-fantasy
258 pages of adventure and mystery wrapped into a science fiction novel that kept me captivated till the last page! I have wanted a brainteaser of a book and this was it for me. It was a journey through the minds of Seers and watching them bloom after being so sheltered due to The Guild, into their own beings while remembering their past and looking forward towards their futures as they reach in and discover the power they are capable of.

All the characters had a place and I was heartbroken at t
Jun 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
A seer is a individual who gets visions of the future and according to society is "the devil". But that is just a load of BS feed to the public so an organization call the Guild can go around "collecting" them for their own purpose. And by collecting I mean breaking into homes, murdering the entirety of the house while kidnapping the seer. And Seers are the bad guys? Riiight..

This story centers around a few different set of characters, brother and sister Liam and Lillie, and captured seers Marcu
Paula Ratcliffe
This was sent to me via Pump Up Your Book Promotion for a honest and fair review. The story starts out with Liam and his sister Lili at a fair. Liam is less than thrilled with this and Lili is deep in thought. What soon follows is enough to make anyone want to run.

A group known as the Guild is out looking for seers a special group of people with the ability to see the future among other things. They are looking everywhere for Lili Knight who is exactly what they need. Liam and Lili go on the run
Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
Order of the Seers takes place in a world where seers are hunted and shunned. They are hunted by an organization that has spread incorrect propaganda.

The story begins with Lili and Liam. Their life is violently ripped from them when the organization comes from Lili. They are thrown into a truth of terror and running.

The story alternates between members of the organization and seers who escape or are drawn to a remote compound seeking refuge. Their refuge is not complete, as the organization want
Susan Perez
Sep 05, 2012 rated it it was amazing
A fantastic first novel by Cerece R Murphy. A chilling look at how too much knowledge can corrupt those in power.

Liam and Lilli Knight have been running for their lives since the death of their mother only to finally find a safe haven among others that shy away from society. Marcus and Alessandra were taken captive, their families destroyed, all because they possess an ability that those in power desire, knowledge of the future. They escape with only one focus, to get to people that will help t
Lisa Mccarty
Aug 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: currently-own
I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Cerece Murphy in person at Philadelphia Comic Con and decided to purchase her first book directly from her (Order of the Seers) and I could not put it down. Not only is she an amazing person but an absolutely talented author who really gives her readers what they paid for! The way she describes the characters and makes you fall in love or despise each one is absolutely amazing. It definitely keeps you at the edge of your seat and makes you want more. Making thi ...more
Aug 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
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My opinion: Ms. Murphy's novel is an excellent example of why I love, not only indie authors, but debut authors so much. This book was fresh, hoppin' and a fun, yet engrossing read. I am new to dystopian novels, but thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Targeted towards the Young Adult audience, in my humble opinion, this is the type of book to introduce them to an exciting genre with characters who are approachable and enough tension, both sexual and politica
Jan 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: scifi-fantasy, kindle
With an interesting plot and plenty of action, "Order of the Seers" was a thrilling read. I'm looking forward to reading the other books in the series.
Jan 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Excellent is all I can say.
Barbara Strickland

I am now a certified fan of this series and this author. I found the story to be beautifully written and beautifully developed in both plot and characters. The clever story line is captivating. The array of characters quite enchanting and despite the tender ages their experiences are believable as is their ability to handle what they face. This is purely and simply the work of the writer. She showers us with their growing maturity but does it with a realistic flair. The love scenes are
Bookish Addict
Dec 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book made me think of an evil Minority Report. Instead of trying to use the gift of seeing the future for good a d trying to prevent crime, an organization has been using it for their selfish reasons. They played on people's fear that seers are to be feared.

There's a lot of action, fighting, romance and it's a thrilling read. I love the writing and the story tied together beautifully at the end, which was bitter sweet. Great story and I can't wait to see what happens next.
Sandy S
Jan 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
ORDER OF THE SEERS #1 by Cerece Rennie Murphy

ABOUT THE BOOK: Released September 2012

What would you do if you held infinite power in the palm of your hand? Order of the Seers poses this question within a story that fuses action, mystery, romance, and adventure in a science fiction novel that keeps you at the edge of your seat. Order of the Seers begins with the journey of Liam and Lilith Knight, a brother and sister who are hunted by The Guild, a ruthless world organization that seeks to capture
Mar 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I bought this book directly from the author at an event I was attending. I bought the book mostly to show support. I didn't expect to be taken on such a thrill-seeking ride! You stay on the edge of your seat throughout the entire book! You also get swept away in two well-placed love scenes. I am definitely going to purchase the rest of the trilogy. This book is a must-read. I would love to see it made into a sci-fi movie!
Nay Denise
Sep 04, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange of an honest review.

*Be aware that this has some sexual acts and foul language*

Cerece Rennie Murphy has created a very intriguing start to her trilogy. I enjoyed this book, the world and the characters. I didn't like how slow paced. Sometimes I felt like it dragged with too much detail, but I realize that it created a well rounded insight into each character, their actions, the world and build up to something greater.

Lilith and Liam Knig
Heather Allen
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Genesis Sheli (Latte Nights Reviews)
Sep 05, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: gifted
I received a copy in exchange for my honest review.
I have never read a book about stories. I may have read books that had seers but not they weren't the major focus. If you don't know what seers are, seers are humans with powers that can see the future in visions. It starts off with a brother and sister, Liam and Lilli, who find their mother dead because The Guild was searching for Lilli who is a seer. Their mother leaves some videos for them, explaining why she never told them about The Guild,
Dec 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was contacted by the author about reviewing this book, she sent a sample chapter and after reading it, I was greedy for more. This book just pulls you right in from the word Go. I struggled a little bit with it after the first few chapters because so many new characters were introduced in a relatively short period of time and the narrative perspective changes without warning. However, once I became accustomed to the flow it was a very fast read. There's a good passage of time during the cours ...more
Oct 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes science fiction
Recommended to Mareena by: Kathleen at Pump up Your Book
For the past sixteen years, the Knight family have effectively been hiding in plain sight. Jill Knight, a widow with a sixteen-year-old son and a thirteen-year-old daughter, has kept the truth about their father's accidental death from them for as long as she could; now, with time running out, they have been discovered and Jill must prepare her children for what they will soon face.

Liam Knight and his sister Lilith are being hunted by The Guild - a ruthless worldwide organization that seeks to c
Oct 27, 2013 rated it really liked it
Lets start with what I like about this book. First and foremost it grabbed me from the very beginning. The opening of this book is intense.

Liam and his younger sister Lilli find themselves orphaned and on the run. Lilli is a "seer" meaning she can see the future. The Guild doesn't want the world to know about seers so they have set out to find and eliminate them.

Liam and Lilli are having to constantly move around, and finally find a community where they can stop running for a while. This is whe
Tiffany Oharriz
Dec 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
“I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion. I was in no way compensated for this review and all opinions are expressly my own”

Reading this book was a refreshing change on the supernatural world and characters with some sort of magical ability. I loved the connection between all the characters. The author wove a web so pristine it was easy to connect each character together, good or bad.

It was an epic tale of dominance, oppression and magic, with sizzling romance
Jan 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
We begin this story with Liam and Lilli Knight living a relatively normal life with their mother but during a trip to a local Fair things start to change. After the death of their mother, Liam and Lilli are on the run from The Guild who want to use Lilli's gift for their own gain and they will destroy anyone who gets in their way. Lilli is a seer, her ability to see the future is both a help and a hindrance in their hiding. Circumstances bring them to a small remote commune where they begin to r ...more
Boundless Book Reviews
I was asked to read and review Order of the Seers and chose to upgrade to audiobook.  For some reason, I had it in my head that this was a young adult book; most likely my interpretation of the cover.  It’s not.  Some of the characters may start off young, but due to their tragic circumstances, they grow up fast. 

They story spans over several years, following the lives of several characters.  The story is extremely well developed, and has vivid descriptions.  I was never lost through the freneti
May 17, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: book-fair
I bought "Order of the Seer" by Cerece Rennie Murphy at the Chicago C2E2 convention. I spoke briefly with the author and the concept intrigued me enough I decided I wanted to read more. The concept of "order" I believe is unique as of right now and was brilliant. In the world Murphy creates there are a collection of individuals who are seers, people who have the ability to see future events. The world's governments, after discovering this, band together as they determine those who know the futur ...more
Feb 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Order of Seers had me hooked on the first page Liam and Lilli came home from fishing to find their Mother dead with a big smile on her face. She had outsmarted "the Guild" -an international group that controlled the world via the seers. They came that day for Lilli- a seer.Her Mother was also a seer and when she 'saw' them coming she committed suicide to protect Lilli and Liam leaving them with money and instructions where to go to avoid the Guild which led them to a commune in Iowa.They were sa ...more
Sian Jones
My rating is an average, between a 3 for construction and a 5 for world-building. This novel does what the best urban fantasy does -- depicts the contemporary world shifted every so slightly. It adds the supernatural to the ordinary and then extends the logic of the existing power structures in a way that is both believable and terrifying. It also does one of those things I love so much: It chews through plot. It doesn't rely on one big reveal for all the narrative impact. Instead, it raises the ...more
Mickey Clayton
Nov 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Mickey by: the author
I met this author in a national book conference and had never hear of her or her writings. I purchased the book after an extended conversation with her about another author. Her personality made me purchase the book when she told me about it .....
It is very interesting ... there were a lot of moving parts and characters and from time 2 time I had 2 go back to see who the character was. I like that it was hard to predict the next sequence of events and the fact that it made you connect "the seer
Arlene Mullen
Nov 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
Liam and Lilith Knight, are brother and sister who are hunted by The Guild. They are an organization that wants to capture and exploit Lilith s ability as a Seer. She is not the first. They have been kidnapping other seer's and using them to build their organization.
Inside the organization though there is a powerful seer named Marcus Akida. With the help of Alessandra they are able to escape and are drawn to a commune Iowa where the siblings are. As the Guild gets closer to finding them, the se
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