The Vision

The Vision
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Age Range
14+
Release Date
September 27, 2011
ISBN
9781599905976
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Cassie Renfield knows the mark tells her when someone is going to die and that she can intervene and attempt to change fate. But she still doesn't understand the consequences, especially whether saving one life dooms another. With no family left to offer guidance, Cassie goes in search of others like her. But when she meets Demetria, a troubled girl who seems to have the power of the Fates, Cassie finds the truth isn't at all what she expected. And then there's her heady new romance with bad boy Zander. Dating him has much graver repercussions than she could ever have imagined, forcing Cassie to make choices that cut to the essence of who she is and what she believes. Jen Nadol offers readers a romance with big stakes and an ethical dilemma with no easy answers in this riveting sequel to The Mark. Paranormal fans who love the psychological thrill of Lisa McMann's bestselling Wake trilogy will flock to these books.

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Is it possible to love the plot but be unsure about the characters? I felt that way with this book. First of all, Cassandra is never assertive enough. She let Lucas push her around in The Mark and the same thing happened in The Vision. The development of the characters was significantly better in this book. As for the whole who is worthy, who is not dilemma, I liked the way she discovered herself in this book. Though I still didn't like her running away from her doubts and problems, it was good to know she finally wakes up and asks the right questions - the ones she should have asked from the start. Overall, this book is intense in many parts and makes you really think about your current perception of faith and religion.
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