Knew she wasn't going to be able to hide her psychic powers from the U.S. government forever. But she never thought that she and Dr. Krantz, the special agent brought in to convince Jess to join his elite team of "specially gifted" crime solvers, would have something in common.
When a local boy's disappearance is attributed to a backwoods militia group, it...more
And this is where the shit hits the fan.
Man, this book is so outrageously unrealistic it’s sort of laughable. But at the same reason, that’s why I love this particular installment. Honestly, I could see it as a midseason finale if this was ever to get a proper TV show (not one that simply uses its premises then has the main character regulated to background character and has a guy played by Mateo Santos be Not Rob to Vivica Fox who’s just randomly in the TV show).
It's Thanksgiving! and like the Gilmores Jess has found her self invited to more than one Thanksgiving diner.
Ok only two, she's not quite the over achiever the Gilmore are.
But one is Rob's house, that has got to count for something right?
Wait what! Rob has actually invited her to a date like situation!?! Is this progress? Yes, Yes it is. and we are rewarded with a pretty awesome scene after dinner.
But before we get to that Jess has to endure dinner with her family, including cr ...more
16 y/o Jess has been constantly stalked by the FBI ever since a freak lightning bolt gave her psychic powers. Disliking her ability, Jess lies and says she has lost the power. But when (view spoiler)[the body of a local boy turns up in a cornfield, with a possible gang symbol on his chest (hide spoiler)], Jess knows she has to come out of 'hibernation' and save a kidnapped Jewish boy, wit ...more
I love Jess. She's a great female lead, telling the story with sarcasm that has me wanting to roll on the floor laughing. She's inde ...more
The action is definitely the focus this time around as things inevitably evolve into Jess and Rob busting into a backwoods militia bunker. Now, was that Jess being TSTL and she should have just let the m ...more
"The peace sign is with two fingers, not one. Don't they teach you children anything in school these days?" (Great Aunt Rose)
⛈ Jess is an awesome heroine. She's witty, feisty, honest and she doesn't stand for any nonsense. In Sanctuary, she has her moments of silliness and stupidity, but because she's so real about who she is, I didn't mind it.
⛈ Ultimately, I had to suspend disbelief while reading Sanctuary, especially towards the end, because the events that occur are utterly absurd and unli ...more
Rob je pořád stejně úžasný jako obvykle. Předpokládám, že v dalším díle posune Robův a Jessin vztah o kus dopředu (ke všemu, když to bude poslední díl) vzhledem k událostem v tomto díle.
Jess mám opravdu hodně ráda, protože je nebojácná a vždy připravena nakopávat lidem zadky.
Byla jsem překvapená vývojem Douglase, u kterého jsem h ...more
I loved Dr K he was pretty awesome... I thought I would like him, in the last book. But no he's cool!! I love Chigger too!!! I so want him in the next book! I am kind of disappointed, we still haven't learned barely anything about Rob! Don't get me wrong, I love his character, there's just no foundation there. I feel like the books are getting darker with eve ...more
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