Book Review: Visions – Kelley Armstrong

Visions coverTitle: Visions
Author:  Kelley Armstrong
ISBN: 9780525953050
Pages: 464
Release Date: August 19, 2014
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Mystery
Source: Publisher
Rating: 4 out of 5


Olivia Taylor-Jones has settled in Cainsville and is still working to clear the names of her birth parents, accused of killing multiple people. But Olivia is about to get a lot more than she bargained for when she finds the body of a young woman in her car, dressed like her. Gabriel and Olivia must figure out who this woman was and why someone would want to hurt Olivia, and they disturb some powerful supernatural forces in the process.

Snapshot Review:

Olivia Taylor-Jones is back in Visions, the sequel to the slow burn supernatural novel Omens, and now the focus is less on her birth parents than herself. Olivia broke away from the privileged lifestyle she was accustomed to in the first book; she struck out on her own and was determined to make it work. Now, in Visions, the reader sees Olivia struggling to make it on her own. It makes for some interesting character development. The mystery in this novel is slow and takes awhile to unfold, as the focus is on the character rather than the plot. More is revealed about the nature of Cainsville and what is happening behind the scenes, but there are still enough mysteries to leave readers guessing. Those who enjoyed the first novel should certainly be interested to see where Armstrong takes her characters, and leave them eagerly anticipating the third book in this entertaining series.

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