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    Eric's new book "The Final Seven"

    I was so lucky to receive an advanced copy of this book from the amazing author herself, (what an honour)!!!!! This book was definitely not what I was expecting, but I have to say once I got on board with the paranormalish stuff I was pleasantly surprised! The Final Seven might even be my new favourite Erica spindler book! Thank you for the privilege of reading this book before released to the public. Very grateful!!!!! Cannot wait for the next book in this series!!
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    Terrible

    I loved all her books so far...., but not this one. Very boring and no suspense at all. Mrs Spindler come back to write like you used to, you are not good in this supernatural thing. For sure I am not going to read the rest of this series.
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    Mixed feelings

    I have some mixed feelings about this book. There were a lot of things that I did like but there were times that the story dragged for me. I just never really got sucked into the story. It wasn't a bad book in any way but it was a book that I found really easy to set aside. I thought it was okay and think that future books in the series may be a bit more enjoyable for me. This book really laid the groundwork for a new series. A series with a bit of paranormal to be more precise. As is often the case, there was a lot of framework for the series to be put into place. The basic premise was built around a new group of crime fighters from the FBI called the "Sixers". This program is comprised of individuals with a sixth sense or some kind of special ability. The idea is to pair these agents with regular police detectives to solve crimes. Micki is a no non-sense kind of cop. She is dedicated to her job and takes it very seriously. When she is chosen to be paired with the new officer from the secret "Sixers" program, she thinks it is a joke. When she meets her new partner, Zach, she is less than impressed but does her best to follow orders. Unfortunately, Zach doesn't always do things according to protocol and tends to follow his gut. He has some pretty useful gifts which he doesn't hesitate to use. There was a lot of excitement in the book but nothing that really blew me away. There are quite a few mysteries to solve in this story with missing girls, a murder, and some unknown entities. The characters were interesting but I never felt any connection with any of them. I think that there may have been too much going on in this book in some ways. I think that if the focus could have been narrowed down a bit the characters could have been a little more fully developed and I would have been more engaged in the story. I would recommend this book. I am looking forward to future installments in this series. I think that the premise is really interesting and as the series progresses the characters should become a little easier to relate to. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Erica Spindler Books via NetGalley for the purpose of providing an honest review.
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