Sunday, June 1, 2014

Sword Play #4 by Linda Joy Singleton

420416Genre: Psychic
Paperback: 233 Pages
Published: May 1, 2006
Series: The Seer
            1. Don't Die, Dragonfly
            2. Last Dance
            3. Witch Ball
            4. Sword Play
            5. Fetal Charm
            6. Magician's Muse.

Goodreads Synopsis:

"Help her," insists the spirit of Kip, the jock from her old school who died in a car accident. But his cryptic message is the last thing on Sabine's mind as she packs up to move back home. She's not happy about leaving her friends, her boyfriend, and Nona who's gravely ill, but won't dare challenge her mother's orders. Besides, Sabine's also harboring hope that she can become close to her family again. Reuniting with her fencing club brings back painful memories of getting kicked out of school and betrayed by her former best friend Brianne, now too entangled with her boyfriend to notice Sabine . . . unlike Kip's ghost who continues to nag her about someone in trouble. But Kip died alone, so who needs her help? As Sabine researches the events of that tragic night, she pieces together a shocking revelation-knowledge that leads to a dangerous duel with a surprising foe.

My Review:

Sabine is finally back home with her family and it sucks. She is getting use to living with her overly obsessive mother who doesn't accept her gift. But the good thing is that she's able to spend more time with her twin sisters, Amy and Ashley. Although Sabine misses her friends, her grandmother and even Dominic (I wish she would just admit her feels toward Dominic and get together with him!), she has to learn to live with her family. She has found a job working for her ex-fencing instructor, is talking to her ex-best friend again, and just living her life. But when the ghost of Kip (a kid whose death she predicted six months ago) comes to her and tells her, "Help her," Sabine has no choice but to help him.

The "her" is a bit confusing since she isn't sure who Kip is talking about, and before she has a chance to ask, Kip is gone. It all comes down to two people: Kips girlfriend or his sister. But are they the right ones she should be focusing on? Well I know, but I won't spill the beans!! I enjoyed this book a lot since there is a lot going on and the ending a a definite jaw dropper!

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