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PERCEPTION

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

This first sequel to Clarity (2011) delivers an even more involving, polished and downright nifty mystery.Clare still lives at home with her family of psychics, but this episode emphasizes suspense more than the supernatural. She's torn between ex-boyfriend Justin and hottie newcomer Gabriel (and will decide between them by the end of the book), but now she's more interested in her new friend ... Read full review

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User Review  - kmjanek - LibraryThing

Highly Recommended This is the second book in the Clarity series. Hopefully there will be more! Clare can see into the past and it is a pretty handy skill in solving crimes. Clare is beginning to ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - Angelina-Justice - LibraryThing

I love this series. The characters are well developed and realistic. Clarity is obviously at the center of the story, but she has a very strong supporting cast, along with periphal characters to give ... Read full review

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: Perception is the second Clarity Novel. In this story, it’s a new school year and everything seems better because Clare (Clarity) Fern is no longer considered a freak by the other students at Eastport High. Even some of the “Barbie Brigade” appear to be nicer. Nevertheless she is still confused about which guy she wants to be her boyfriend: Justin, her first love who risked his own life to save her or Gabriel, the relatively new guy, who makes her heart flutter every time she is with him. To add to the confusion, she has a secret admirer that she soon believes is a stalker. When the new senior, Sierra Waldman, disappears, Clarity’s involvement in another police case takes her on a deadly adventure.
Perception immediately grabs the readers’ attention and moves at a pace that makes the book a true page-turner. All of the characters from the first book return with the addition of a couple of new friends that add to the plot. The dialogue flows easily from the characters and reveals the little idiosyncrasies that make them unique and believable. The novel works as a stand alone and will greatly satisfy those who read Clarity. The book is recommended for grades seven and up.
 

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Sharon Mariampillai - Goodreads

Actual Rating: 4.75 I enjoyed the first book a lot. This book did not disappoint. It was as enjoyable as the first book for me. This was a fun read. The book is short but enjoyable. My friend ... Read full review

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Irisheyz77 - Goodreads

This one hits all the right notes. Fans of Clarity will be very happy with how this one is laid out. More to come closer to release. Read full review

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

This one hits all the right notes. Fans of Clarity will be very happy with how this one is laid out. More to come closer to release. Read full review

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Mimi Valentine - Goodreads

Oh my gosh, I can't even begin to describe how absolutely AMAZING this book was! The kind of amazing that makes you stay up until 2 am to finish it; the kind of amazing that doesn't leave your mind ... Read full review

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

Oh my gosh, I can't even begin to describe how absolutely AMAZING this book was! The kind of amazing that makes you stay up until 2 am to finish it; the kind of amazing that doesn't leave your mind ... Read full review

Review: Perception (Clarity #2)

User Review  - Claire - Goodreads

This book was going so well! Then I felt like things were just spiralling out of control. Ok... So this clearly takes place not too long after the events in Clarity, as she is back at school now. That ... Read full review

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