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I liked how Manny, Thorn and Dominic were present through all the book. I also really liked Amy's part in this book. Oh and I particularly enjoyed the part when Manny drives Sabine home hahaha. I didn't really like the whole witch ball idea, it was all weird to me, but that's a personal opinion. I think it was a bit far fetched, but I get that it was necessary to help Sabine know her gift better.

I loved Opal's role and presence in this installment, but I hate Sabine's lack of respect towards her. I get that she's her guide but she could speak to her without the attitude or without sending her away every time Opal doesn't answer her questions or doesn't give her direct answers. The whole point of guiding is letting your "student" learn by themselves, not feeding them all the answers like a spoiled child. Finally, it was a really good book but I thought it was too short, I don't really like Sabine's attitude and the witch ball idea didn't appeal to me.

These are the reasons why it's not 5 stars, but it is still well written and it was enjoyable. Beware, it ends on a cliffhanger! Personally, I don't mind but those of you who do, consider yourselves warned! Aug 08, Sandra La Madeleine rated it really liked it. Don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed reading the first book of this serie although I didn't rated it 5 stars.. Tome 3 was definitely better than tome 2, and tome 2 better than tome 1. I'm in my late 20s so I am obviously not the target audience for this serie, but I can honestly say t Don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed reading the first book of this serie although I didn't rated it 5 stars..

I'm in my late 20s so I am obviously not the target audience for this serie, but I can honestly say that if I were 15 today, I would've rated that 5 stars. That's the kind of books I enjoyed reading as a teen. I apologies in advance for my eventual mistakes as english is not my mother tongue Aug 21, Jayde Mackenzie rated it really liked it.

Omgoodness, I can't even right now! This book was good.

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But really they didn't need to put that cliffhanger! Ok so I enjoyed this book, Don't get me wrong, but it just seemed a little different then the last three. Jun 28, Maryse Primeau rated it it was amazing Shelves: Turns out that ball is possessed by an evil ghost that refuses to let go. When the school organizes a fair with a divination stand, the ball ends up replacing a fake one and Manny Sabine's friend gave real predictions to three people Manny said that Sabine was going to die in less than a week.

She then tries to find the three people to know their predictions to see if they come true. They all came true. When comes the day of her "death", everyone around Sabine traps her in the house so nothing happens to her. When Sabine gets an email that her little sister ran away from their house to join her, she decides to go out while Nona isn't watching.

Sabine finds her sister Amy and she goes back home, but on their way back to Nona's, Dominic and Sabine get into an accident and Sabine dies. Opal, her spiritual guide, tells her that it's not the right time for her death so she comes back to life. Plus, there is never a boring moment while reading this book.

The action never stops. You always want to know what's going to happen next. Each book of the series has between and small pages with small chapters so you read through them super fast. I find that the first book is a good introduction to all the characters of the series.

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Also, everything is really well-described and super easy to read. I've first read this series at 14 years old Now I'm 18 and I loved it even more than I did back then. I definitely recommend this series to anyone who loves a good story with non-stop action. Nov 09, Beth rated it liked it. In this third novel of the Seer series, year-old Sabine Rose, still intent on keeping her psychic abilities a secret, is fitting in with the popular clique at her new school, right down to the requisite cute and sensitive boyfriend.

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When she discovers a haunted glass ball mysteriously hanging in her grandmother's kitchen window, she puts in it in a box for safekeeping. The ball keeps escaping from it's hiding spot, and when it shows up at a school carnival and makes a boy playing fortune tell In this third novel of the Seer series, year-old Sabine Rose, still intent on keeping her psychic abilities a secret, is fitting in with the popular clique at her new school, right down to the requisite cute and sensitive boyfriend.

The ball keeps escaping from it's hiding spot, and when it shows up at a school carnival and makes a boy playing fortune teller issue some disturbingly accurate predictions, Sabine turns to the handy man Dominic and her spirit guide Opal for assistance. Part mystery, part fantasy, and part romance, Witch Ball also incorporates subplots of implementing the school carnival, struggling with Nona's increasing dementia and being torn between two boys the puppydog-like sweet crush and the brooding older man round out the story and set the supernatural elements in a complete and believable setting.

Sabine is a sympathetic and likeable character - everygirl with one little twist Newbies to the series will get wrapped up in the drama, while fans will enjoy continued character development and culminating storylines. The author provides just enough information to bring readers unfamiliar with the storyline up to speed. The writing is average, and the ending predictable, Singleton shines in creating eerie and suspensful scenes. The voice of Sabine is dead on, but The Seer books are a perfect readalike for fans of Meg Cabot's Mediator series; Witch Ball is sure to be a popular choice in public and school libraries serving teens.

May 24, Debbie rated it really liked it Shelves: Nona's disease is progressing and her short-term memory is worsening, so Sabine and Dominic are working hard to find the remaining two silver charms to lead them to the remedy book.

After finding the first missing charm at the end of the last book, Sabine also receives a crystal ball--a "witch ball". She discovers, unfortunately, that the witch ball is possessed by an angry spirit, who causes quite a bit of chaos. Manny, Sabine's school newspaper editor and one of the few who knows she's a psych Nona's disease is progressing and her short-term memory is worsening, so Sabine and Dominic are working hard to find the remaining two silver charms to lead them to the remedy book. Manny, Sabine's school newspaper editor and one of the few who knows she's a psychic, uses the ball at the fortune-telling booth at the school fair and makes predictions which begin to come true.

The main problem is that one of his predictions is that Sabine would die by he end of the week! In the course of tracking down the others for whom Manny made predictions, she learns new information about friends and classmates, some of whom are not who they seem to be at first. She's still hiding her psychic abilities from best friend Penny-Love and "perfect" boyfriend Josh, but she's also getting to know better and really trust her Goth friend Thorn, Manny, and Dominic, with whom she feels a strange, powerful, and confusing connection.

Her twin sisters, back home with her parents, are also having issues as they grow older and into their different personalities, and Sabine struggles with her mother, who does not appreciate her gifts and who she feels kicked her out of the house because of them. Will Sabine really die at the end of the week? Will she and Dominic find the remedy book in time to help Nona?

Can she help the spirit in the witch ball move on? Will she reconcile with her family?


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Feb 21, Madyson F. This series is about a high school girl named Sabine who has physic abilities. In this book Sabine finds a witch ball and her grandma Nona told her to get rid of it because it was evil and Sabine refused to, she just hid it. But the school was having a carnival and they were going to set up a fortune teller booth and Sabine bought a plastic crystal ball.

But when the carnival comes she grabs the wrong ball, the witch ball. Sabine doesn't notice until after she had her prediction and her fortune was that she was going to die in 5 days by a person who loves her. Then Sabine noticed it wasn't the crystal ball, it was the witch ball.

There were 3 other fortunes told before her so she was determined to find out what they were. But if they came true that means Sabine's fortune would come true also. Now she only had 5 days to find out the other fortunes. I think this book was a really good book to continue on to the series.

I finished this book in a day so it was really good! I really like reading books with mysteries in them. My favorite character is Sabine. She is a really busy girl but has time for everyone! She has time for her boyfriend, her popular friends, her unpopular friends and even her grandma Nona. Which I really like because she is about to pass unless Sabine and Dominic find the remedy book which is Nona's medicine to heal her. Unfortunately, the remedy book is lost in the past but they are really close to finding it. Hopefully they will find it before Nona passes!

Jun 17, Kat rated it it was amazing Shelves: In five days, you will die. In the last book Sabine was given the Witch Ball, and in this one you find out it is haunted by vengeful spirit. And the three predictions before Sabine has happened, now it's time for Sabine to save herself from her death.

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I think this one was great. Slowly but surely Sabine is becoming more open with her seer abil "Someone who loves you will cause your death. Slowly but surely Sabine is becoming more open with her seer ability, and I like that she is becoming more confident. The main high school problem for Sabine in this one, is the threat of Evan telling Josh about her past, and I was hoping he would, and that Josh would be horrified and then Sabine would realize her love for Dominic!!

But, alas, it did not happen so. But it was close enough. Dominic told Sabine how he felt about her when she was pretty much, almost, dead. Causing Sabine to realize her love for Dominic. Which made me super happy!! D But then there's Josh, who, just so happens to not believe Evan in his stories of Sabine's past, believing it to be lies. Anyways, the series is slowly getting better and more interesting, as the story progresses and Sabine slowly realizes her powers are not bad. And as Nona gets worse, the stakes are higher and Dominic and Sabine are more desperate to find the cure.

Oh my flipping gosh!! Feb 02, Lucia rated it really liked it. This one is definitely my favorite of the series so far. I said I liked the second more than the first, and now I like the third more than the second. I think there's a pattern going on This book definitely had the most "OMG. Especially when you find out that Sabine's going to die in five days.

That's not a good thing. At the end of the second book, Sabine is given a witch ball, which is just a glass ball that is supposedly harmless. It ke This one is definitely my favorite of the series so far. It keeps witches out. It doesn't keep ghosts out. At the beginning of the novel, Sabine and her friends are at the carnival, where Sabine's friend Mystic Manny Another of my favorite characters. He knows Sabine's secret, and even uses her sometimes to give somewhat true fortune tellings. So when he is accidentally given the witch ball to use as his prop at the carnival, he gives very true predictions.

Ones that seem ridiculous and very unlikely to happen. Until Sabine chases down the fortune-tellees and discover that they're coming true Terrified, Sabine is unsure what to do, because she can't even see the ghost that's hiding the witch ball. Well, you'll have to read to find out that happens next. Manny agrees and somehow ends up with the Witch Ball as his magical crystal ball instead of the fake one Sabine had purchased for his act.

Manny has no memory of giving any of the readings, so he and Sabine decide to track down the people Manny made predictions for and see if any of them came true. The books are short but they are nice reads. The stories stay interesting and the author always leaves you hanging at the end making you want more. So on to the next! Jan 15, Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it. Sabine is in high school, has visions She had to leave last school due to some problems.

She is starting to make friends at her new school. She is getting good grades, is one the school newspaper, and has a boyfriend. She lives with her grandmother who seems to be suffering problems with memory loss. Her own mother had kicked her out of the house because she predicted the death of a star athlete who then died.

She had gotten something called a 'witch ball' which she figured was harmless, but h Sabine is in high school, has visions She had to leave last school due to some problems. She had gotten something called a 'witch ball' which she figured was harmless, but her grandmother and Dominic are both opposed to the object. Sabine comes to believe the witch ball is evil. It also has a nasty tendency of showing up where it wants to no matter what they put it into. A guy named Evan gives her a lot of trouble.

He knows her secret. During a school carnival Manny, a friend of hers, tells her she will die in five days. Other problems arise adding yet more pressure on Sabine, including some predictions Manny made while using the witch ball. Sabine has five days to alter her fate, if she can. May 06, Marsha rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Recommended to Marsha by: In the third installment of the Seer series, Sabine and Dominic continue their search for the remaining two silver charms in an attempt to cure her grandmother of a deadly illness.

Sabine inherited an antique witchball which should be for protection. However, this one is haunted and proceeds to create problems for her. Her relationship with her boyfriend, Josh is also suffering since his best friend threatens to tell him of Sabine's past. Manny and Thorn attempt to help her and in addition to al In the third installment of the Seer series, Sabine and Dominic continue their search for the remaining two silver charms in an attempt to cure her grandmother of a deadly illness.

Manny and Thorn attempt to help her and in addition to all of this madness, one of her twin sister's, Amy comes for a visit. It seems she is having trouble with her twin and wants a break. Sabine has been given a prediction that she will be dead in 5 days; so, she frantically attempts to thwart the problem. Once again the story line is fast paced and interesting. Little by little we learn more and more about the friends and enemies that surround Sabine.

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But her psychic abilities are put to the test when her ex-boyfriend has mysteriously gone missing. While looking for clues she runs into Jade and they get into a fight. Jade tries calling Sabine, but her calls are ignored. Sabine finds out later that now Jade has gone missing too. Also a private investigator shows up asking about Dominic's past, and he talks about leaving.

Sabine finally hears from Jade and a plan is made for them to switch places, but it puts her in great danger. Sabine Main character of the story, she has a psychic ability that runs in her family. She has Blond hair and a single streak of black hair that is a characteristic of a psychic. She tries to hide her ability from her friends and family, because it got her kicked out of her last school. Nona Is the grandmother of Sabine. Nona also has a psychic gift, and uses it for her dating service. She had a memory illness throughout the books, but is better by the last.

Opal Sabine's spirit guide who appears in Sabine's head and dreams. She often helps Sabine but gives her clues or riddles instead of straight forward answers. Dominic A boy who Nona hired as help for around the house. He has a mysterious past, and becomes a love interest for Sabine.

Josh He becomes Sabine's boyfriend at the end of the first book. He likes magic and hopes to become a successful magician. But he breaks up with her after he sees her with a group performing a seance. Thorn She becomes one of Sabine's close friends throughout the series. She wears a lot of black and pretends that she does not really care for Sabine, but she is kind hearted. Penny-Love Sabine's cheerleader best friend. She loves to gossip and talk to Sabine about her boy problems. Manny Another friend of Sabine's. He works for the school newspaper and writes the column "Mystic Manny".

He has Sabine help him with his predictions for the paper. And he uses his many connections to help Sabine when she needs it. Overall the book series seems to have a following of younger readers. An article in the School Library Journal Reviews says that the book starts off slow but speeds up after a few chapters.

The story is average for the genre but some parts are plenty poetic and help set the mood. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. School Library Journal Reviews Retrieved from " https: American young adult novels.