The Sight by Chloe Neill

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I thought The Sight was way better than the first novel of this series. The characters have matured quite a bit from the first in the Devil’s Isle series. With more action and new challenges overcome in the series, there was plenty that kept me reading. This installment also added a big “holy crap” to the overall plot of the series.

Needless to say, I’m excited to move to the third, recently released novel in this series. I’m very interested to see what new hurdles Claire will have to jump over. Her growth as a character stood out to me the most, which is good, considering the entire story is told from her point of view. But make no mistake, you do not miss out on any of the other characters since it’s a well-written, first-person, point-of-view. There are many great characters and I have many favorites.

The only gripe I have with the book, the only thing that kept me from giving it four-stars, was the battle scene at the end; it fell a little flat for me considering the build-up towards that point. Yet, it was also very appropriate for the way the story headed, so I’m not sure it could have gone any other way.

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T I T L E: The Sight

S E R I E S:  Devil’s Isle (Nº 2)

A U T H O R: Chloe Neill

P U B L I S H E R:  Penguin Random House

P U B L I S H–D A T E: August, 16 2016

I S B N: 9781473215368

Urban Fantasy, Paranormal