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When seventeen-year-old Sarah works in the fortune-telling booth at a school carnival, she finds that sometimes she can really see the future in the crystal ball, a talent that disturbs some of the other students and makes them suspect her of being a witch.
This book has a different cover. I bought this at a library sale in Woodstock, Georgia.
Journal Entry 2
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Tuesday, January 28, 2014
My Review: I enjoyed this book. It's creepy and suspenseful!
Journal Entry 3
Woodstock, Georgia USA on Monday, May 05, 2014
This book is starting out in Round #1 of Teens VBB (US only)
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Released 6 yrs ago (7/8/2014 UTC) at ~~~ ♥ ~~~ A Friend ~~~ ♥ ~~~, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- USA
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Journal Entry 5
Clarksville, Tennessee USA on Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Looking forward to this one
Journal Entry 6
Clarksville, Tennessee USA on Saturday, October 24, 2015
This definitely reads like a YA novel (no cussing, stereotypical adults, etc) but for the most part it is an engaging plot. Sarah has been thrust into small town Missouri in her senior year of high school. Her mom moved them from California to be with a soon-to-be-divorced Ted. Sarah is set up as a fortune teller/Gypsy at the school carnival and then the creepy stuff starts. The author manages to include the Salem witch trials, reincarnation, and past life regression into the theme.
Quote I liked:
The idea behind reincarnation is that for most of us one lifetime isn't enough to learn all the spiritual lessons we're signed up for. Karma gives us a chance to retake the classes we flunk.
Journal Entry 7
Clarksville, Tennessee USA on Saturday, March 05, 2016
Released 5 yrs ago (3/7/2016 UTC) at Clarksville, Tennessee USA
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A RABCK for hostile17 - Enjoy!
Journal Entry 8
Osgood, Indiana USA on Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Thank you so much for sending this my way.
I'm looking forward to reading it.