Publisher: Smashwords Edition
Publication Date: February 26, 2013
Origins: From Author for Review
Book Links: Goodreads
Synopsis: “You could have perfect vision and still not see the evil in someone. Well, at least not want to see it, anyway.”
The enthralling story that was built in Faded continues in exciting and unexpected ways in this action-packed sequel in The Faded Trilogy.
Are Savannah’s dreams predicting the death of someone close to her? Or is it someone even closer than she thinks? Can Savannah save one of her best friends—and stop another from suffering the same fate?
Savannah will need more strength than she ever has before if she is to defeat The Forces for good, and with Hunter’s love and encouragement to believe in herself, she finds the confidence she never knew she had.
However, while The Chosen Ones become more confident in their roles as protectors of Fort Everwick, The Forces only become more evil—and prove they will stop at nothing to win.
What will Savannah do that will change everything and determine her position of power over The Forces forever—and prove to them that she just might have it in her to beat them at their own game?
But while becoming their biggest threat, it also reinforces Savannah’s position as Gwen’s most cherished target.
Series: The Faded Trilogy
Review: The Chosen Ones (Madison, Abigail, Jackson, and Savannah) have faced The Forces and lost a loved one. Their bond is diminished as one suffers, but they’ll need the strength of them all to defeat The Forces for good. Savannah and Hunter’s love is stronger than ever, which she’ll need as her dreams show her a frightful future. As The Chosen practice with their powers and grow more confident, The Forces’ evil grows deeper and more devastating to everyone around them. Why do The Forces want Savannah to join them? Can Savannah save her friends and the town?
SEE NO EVIL takes up right after the events in book one, FADED. The Chosen Ones, especially Savannah, are being targeted by The Forces. The Forces (Gwen, Griffin, and Chad) have their own agenda for the town and its inhabitants, but Gwen wants Savannah most of all. Hunter and Savannah’s love continues to grow, as does the other Chosen Ones’ relationships. It was hard to see how much Hunter and Savannah wanted to be together while dealing with the fact they never could. The Forces were even more manipulative than in FADED and brazen in their attacks. It’s hard as humans, and especially teenagers, to shield yourself from emotional torture – something The Forces are very good at inflicting. The Chosen Ones are growing into their powers and their lives, which was both good and bittersweet. SEE NO EVIL is a good bridge book in this trilogy.