Review: Through Indigo’s Eyes by Tara Taylor and Lorna Schultz Nicholson

by Tavern Wench Maisie on June 24, 2013 · 0 comments

in 3.5-4 Treasure Chests, Coming of Age, Guest Review, M-O, Paranormal, S-T, School Situations

Reviewed by Tavern Wench Maisie

Title: Through Indigo’s Eyes
Author: Tara Taylor and Lorna Schultz Nicholson
Format: PDF ebook
Page Count: 288 pages
Grade Reading Level: Grades 13+

Summary: Indigo Russell keeps having psychic visions of events, and she doesn’t know why she is having them, and it scares her as the visions are so real to her, and contain some unusual imagery. She would like all the other students at Ridgemont High to get to know her, even like her, yet she is still an outcast, someone most overlook when it comes to friendship. But then, she isn’t like other kids, and as far as she is aware, everyone has visions just like her – but she’d be wrong, very wrong indeed.

Why I started this book:

I enjoy reading novels about psychics, and the supernatural, so this was a must.

Likes:

  • Indigo wants to be a normal girl who has a boyfriend, and she is endearing because of that.
  • The reader is plunged straight into the mind of a teenage girl who has fears of what others think about her, and what might happen in the future.
  • However hard it was for her in her younger years, she has found friends at school.

Dislikes:

  • Indigo falls for the new boy, a transfer student who got kicked out of his last school – why she would fall for a bad guy is a bit strange as everyone else thinks he’s bad news.

Last Minute Thoughts: The story runs at a nice, steady pace, and Indigo is just as angsty as her friends.

Buy: Through Indigo’s Eyes (Visions)

Rating: 4 Treasure Chests

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