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4.5/ 5


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An easy to read page turner that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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Though it is a thriller, it is a pretty lighthearted read.


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The Delta Girls – Book One Sixteen year old Savannah (Savvy) is truly an unusual teenager. Not only is she one of a set of triplets, but she also has a set of twin sisters just one year older, making the five Delcarta sisters a force to be reckoned with. But that isn’t at all […]

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The Delta Girls – Book One

Sixteen year old Savannah (Savvy) is truly an unusual teenager. Not only is she one of a set of triplets, but she also has a set of twin sisters just one year older, making the five Delcarta sisters a force to be reckoned with. But that isn’t at all the most unusual thing happening in Savvy’s life lately. Though she may look like a normal teenaged girl now, just a few short months ago Savvy spent her sixteenth birthday in the hospital, her body lying in a coma as her distraught sisters and widowed mother looked on. After two months unconscious, Savvy woke with a start as her sisters clustered around her. Just as she’s beginning to get her life back to normal, Savvy finds that things are about to get  whole lot weirder.

The Delacarta family has recently to moved to a new town, right on the beach. Though some of the neighbors seem a little off, everything seems to be going well. But when Savvy meets a cute guy on the beach, she is hit with a really strange sense of deja vu. She’s seen this scene before, in the hospital as she woke from her coma. After some frantic discussions and a bit of trial and error, the Delcarta sisters (the Delta Girls) soon find that they are able to have visions of the future – but only as a team.

Each one of the five girls foresees the events using only one of the five senses – sight, sound, touch, taste, smell. It is only by joining their experiences together that they can get the whole picture. Savvy’s gift is that of sight. She actually sees what is going to happen, though she isn’t always able to understand what it is that she sees. All of it seems like a cool trick at first, but when the visions turn more sinister, the girls know it is up to them to uncover a serial arsonist – and save some lives in the process.

Sight is a book that keeps you guessing, in a variety of different ways. The story line is fairly unpredictable, without being unbelievable. As Savvy works to come to terms with her new abilities, she has so many other things on her plate as well, from a budding relationship with the troubled boy across the street, to dealing with the thought of her mother moving on after years without her father, to the sudden appearance of still more abilities to harness. Whatever the problem, Savvy handles it with class, making Sight a truly enjoyable book to read. It’s fast paced, thrilling, with equal parts of humor and romance mixed in to keep things light.


Amy

 
U.S. Senior Editor & Deputy EIC, @averyzoe on Twitter, mother of 5, gamer, reader, wife to @macanthony, and all-around bad-ass (no, not really)