The Prophecy

The Prophecy The cards tell me of the children of the stars Jacey thinks her life is worthless when she finds herself in a psychiatric hospital after a failed attempt to end her life her wounds miraculously heale

  • Title: The Prophecy
  • Author: Rachel Deagan
  • ISBN: 9780615763866
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • The cards tell me of the children of the stars Jacey thinks her life is worthless, when she finds herself in a psychiatric hospital after a failed attempt to end her life her wounds miraculously healed Devin, who claims to kill on touch, is also there When Michael arrives, bearing telekinetic powers, he insists the government, and an even darker, powerful force, The cards tell me of the children of the stars Jacey thinks her life is worthless, when she finds herself in a psychiatric hospital after a failed attempt to end her life her wounds miraculously healed Devin, who claims to kill on touch, is also there When Michael arrives, bearing telekinetic powers, he insists the government, and an even darker, powerful force, wants them dead In a desperate attempt to escape for their lives, the three teens find they must confront an even greater adversary, themselves and with a prophecy forced upon them, they must find a way to accept their fate, or rebel together, as one.

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    1. Rachel Deagan is an incredible author. I am amazed every time I read a book by her. The Prophecy totally took me by storm because the way she set the story up and yes the EPIC epilogue! The way these characters mesh together is amazing and it left me wanting more and more. I was tempted to stalk Rachel and find out if she plans on writing any more for these guys because they had a story to tell and it is one you will want to read and re-read for years to come.Jacey thinks her life is useless and [...]

    2. As I started reading this book my thoughts lingered towards Stephen King’s “Firestarter” after reading a bit more, I considered a bit of X-men influence mixed in, and even further I started thinking about the TV show “Roswell” which I really loved and still do. A beginning mix of scifi is tossed to the wind with a heavy dose of fantasy. We meet the characters one by one. Devin, who is trying to outrun the bad guys, fails but in a different way. Jacey, who is a quiet wallflower one minu [...]

    3. Alright, don't tell me this really was a 242 page book because I finished it in less than 3 hours in a single sitting. Where did the pages go? I don't understand it. It sort of seemed like a novella to me. I just read and read and I was done. I'm still amazed.If you like fantasy, you would love this book. The most wonderful thing was the pace, it was so quick, I had to almost run after it it to keep a track and I LOVED that.The plot is pretty good, the character sketches well done. And I loved M [...]

    4. Some sci-fi and some fantasy . Jacey is in a mental ward for attempted suicide. She meets Devin who is also in the mental ward for killing people. Then Michael shows up mysteriously to rescue Jacey and reveals the truth about them. They are more than crazy they are a hybrid type of alien . And someone is out to get them. Are you thinking strange yet? The three of them are brought together quickly. For me their wasn't enough detail about the characters. You have a lot of plot and not a lot to giv [...]

    5. DNFThe dialogue was just too annoying. Plus, there were several grammar mistakes that were out in the open, but not fixed, which drives me crazy.

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