Joanna H. reviewed the five volumes in Singleton’s Seer series.
Don’t Die Dragonfly, by Linda Joy Singleton
Sabine was kicked out of her home in California and sent to live with her grandmother when she had visions of the star football player dying a fiery death. Now all she wants is to be normal. But that’s not to be. Sabine starts hearing visions of a dragonfly drenched in blood. I liked the story and characters a lot, but this book had several glaring spelling and usage mistakes. But other than that, great book. I would recommend this to anyone that likes modern day fairy tales.
— Joanna H.
Last Dance, by Linda Joy Singleton
In this exciting sequel to Don’t Die Dragonfly, Sabine’s grandmother becomes horribly ill. An insistent disease similar to Alzheimer’s that threatens to take her life. Sabine must work with the new ranch hand Dominic in order to find the long lost cure. Also, she makes a new friend, “Thorn” and takes a road trip with her on a hope of finding the cure for her grandma. This book was even better than the last. The story is well written and you get to see a new side of the characters here. Anyone that likes modern fantasy would enjoy this.
Witch Ball, by Linda Joy Singleton
This is the third book in Singleton’s Seer series. Sabine gets a prediction from a haunted witch ball that she will due at the hands of someone who loves her. Sabine and her good friends Thorn and Manny help her try to change her fate. I loved everything about this book, the scenes are amazingly well written. I felt like I was actually in the book.
Sword Play, by Linda Joy Singleton
This is the exciting fourth book in the Seer series. In this book Sabine Rose is forced to return to her home town by her mother. In her own family she is made to feel like an outcast while her mother dotes on Sabine’s younger twin sisters. Sabine is drawn into a dangerous web. She even finds out a horrible secret that her dad has been keeping all her life. I liked this whole story, it gave a good insight into Sabine’s home town and old friends.
Fatal Charm, by Linda Joy Singleton
This is the conclusion to the Seer series. Sabine has moved back to her grandmother’s house. Sabine’s grandmother is still horribly ill and it’s getting worse everyday. In this exciting book, Sabine and Dominic go on a winter adventure that’s full of danger. I loved the romantic scenes and the conclusion was very good. Except she did kind of leave it open for another book.