She Knows Something You Don't Know (Death's Gift to Sabrina, #1)

She Knows Something You Don t Know Death s Gift to Sabrina Death s Gift to SabrinaSabrina died when she was five several times When they brought her back she realized that death had given her a gift though she didn t call it a gift at the time Sabrina could

  • Title: She Knows Something You Don't Know (Death's Gift to Sabrina, #1)
  • Author: Chasta Schneider
  • ISBN: 9781481274975
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Death s Gift to SabrinaSabrina died when she was five several times When they brought her back, she realized that death had given her a gift, though she didn t call it a gift at the time Sabrina could now see visions of past, present and future events Scared and unsure of what was happening, Sabrina kept it to herself for fear of being ostracized by people She simplDeath s Gift to SabrinaSabrina died when she was five several times When they brought her back, she realized that death had given her a gift, though she didn t call it a gift at the time Sabrina could now see visions of past, present and future events Scared and unsure of what was happening, Sabrina kept it to herself for fear of being ostracized by people She simply learned to live with it This burden matured her rapidly.At 16 she had a vision that she could not ignore One that promised love, danger and death maybe even hers The boy she saw needed her desperately for a reason she couldn t yet understand Even though she had never met him, she already loved him She couldn t escape the thought of him She had to go to him She knew he was waiting for her and so was death Again This is a mature YA series and may not be suitable for all ages.She Knows Something You Don t KnowSabrina and her father are moving to Livingston Why Because her father wants to get her out of the big cities and give her the same small town life that he and her mother had when they grew up Sabrina got to choose their destination and little did her father know, she chose Livingston because her vision was leading her there, straight into the arms of a boy with a questionable and dangerous past He needs Sabrina in order to survive The question is, can Sabrina survive him and the past that threatens to destroy him

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    1. In the first book in the Death's Gift to Sabrina series, the layers of teenybop PDA and gossip are many, but they always are. YA novels aspire to be a hoary high school tradition. I only mention this because there's lots of going-to-school, flirting-with-friends, day-to-day teen stuff that teens will relate to. These locker-friendly scenes might drag for those who find themselves pining for Sabrina's dad instead of her boyfriend. But man, what a respectable and ubercool dad he is! His relationsh [...]

    2. WHAT???? Oh my gosh! How could you do this to me??? How am I supposed to wait until the next installment? This is so not fair Sabrina is a wonderful character, wise beyond her years due to circumstances beyond her control yet, she tries to maintain the lightheartedness that she should have at her age. Unfortunately it's sometimes a pretty big chore for her. You feel a sense of loss that she never was able to be a carefree kid like she should have been. Then you have Drew who breaks my heart. You [...]

    3. I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review and opinion:I gave this book 4 stars and here is why:'She knows something you don't know' is a truly compelling read. It focuses on Sabrina who literally died and was brought back to life when she was younger - she was 5 when this happened and she gained particular powers that give her visions and flashes of the future. Her visions draw her to Drew. Drew is a lonely and to himself kind of guy until Sabrina brings him out of his shell [...]

    4. Another amazing novel by Chasta,I have never read so quickly to get to the next chapter to see what was going to happen next,I can't wait for book 2 to seed how everything unfolds.ease hurry!

    5. The start of the novel seemed somewhat slow and monotonous. But don't let that fool you! Keep reading! Because I was just about to give up when I convinced myself to finish the book in respect for the author and the book itself. How initially wrong and eventually glad was I!!! The latter half of the book hit me like a freight train! All of a sudden, the plot started to unravel and became an insanely addictive mess. I just couldn't put the book down. At the end, it left me wanting more.

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