Disclosure: *I received an eARC copy (in .mobi format) of this book for free from the author itself in exchange for honest review. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this novel.*
How’s your weekend? I hope it’s grandeur.
Today, I’m going to review the book of Simone Pond, Hidden Sight. Open your eyes for its supernatural essence that catch you in every page.
Blinded in an accident, only she can see the truth.
Losing her parents and her sight changes everything for Sibyl Forsyth. Terrified and refusing to accept the gift that she can now “see” into the supernatural realm, Sibyl stays holed up in her backyard, closed off from the outside world.
When she’s plagued with a vision of a catastrophic event, Sibyl knows she can’t possibly sit back and watch her California coastal town’s ultimate demise. Reluctantly, Sibyl sets out to stop her premonition from coming true. With the help of her shifter guide dog, Vago, the two join forces to save the day as they encounter intensely evil spirits with a vicious vendetta. In a race against time, Sibyl and Vago battle their own demons while trying to save the town from an explosive ending that nobody else sees coming.
This book gives me another dimension to the supernatural thing and I really been pinned to it the moment I start reading the whole episode. If you want to ask me about the supernatural, I honestly binge knowing it not in the way you think it is but by watching only Supernatural – lol. So that’s why I’m interested and curious about the book. I’m also been thinking about the supernatural phenomenon happen to this novel because it is not the way I knew. It was really creative and playful to your mind but a little bit scary, though.
The characters that played along the story have its unique role and they are quite good and interesting. One of the characters is Sybil whom been blinded due to an accident together with her parents. I was so sad on the first narration of story ‘cause the moment she thinks the day is gonna be okay but in the end with one snap, it’s gone. She then discovers this gift she had and doesn’t want really to go through it. But not until one event happened where she really must do something or else. Vago, on the other hand, has its own story that he must tackle to unfold some mysteries that holds his past and future. Together, they must continue what they suppose to do and the connection they’ve been encountering that can help their case.
The story was told in POV with the two characters, Sybil and Vago. Well, it is good that way since we can know what each character is thinking about and since the another one is a dog, I think it is really good that way. All in all, I like how the story goes and can’t wait for the next book, Beyond Sight.
With my way of liking it, I recommend this to those who want some mystery and supernatural aura and shifter and just check this out.
I’m also obsessed with Boston Terriers, Victorian dresses, and the end of the world. I’m a warrior of light.
I grew up in Kensington, Maryland––a small town just outside Washington D.C.––and spent most of my time filling up journals.
In 2013, I published my first fiction novel, The City Center, which one a gold medal in dystopian fiction.
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Thank you for reading!