The Seer: The Other Side Of Red Book 1 By A R Curtis Review

Reviewed By Amy Raines For Reader’s Favorite

The Seer: The Other Side Of Red Book 1 By A R Curtis tells the story a young girl named Emily Hunts, a six month old baby left to the care of Alice Hunts. The vampire, Raoul, who has entrusted Alice with Emily’s safety and explicit instructions for Alice to teach and train Emily in the ways of her family’s witchcraft, however Raoul is unaware that the family’s magic is cursed and can only be taught within the bloodline which inhibits Alice from teaching the girl as instructed, which could prove to be very dangerous considering the girl is actively hunted. As Emily grows and learns that she can see things others can not, the dead for example and Emily begins training with a secret mentor. Will the things Emily learns in secret be enough to protect her from the Devil himself or the dangers that are far worse than the Devil?

The Seer: The Other Side Of Red Book 1 By A R Curtis is a very magical and interesting trip through a wonderful world of fantasy that intertwines all the mystical and mythological beings such as fairies, vampires, witches, wizards and demons that any reader would enjoy getting lost in. The plot is thick with magic and the unrelenting questions of a young witch named Emily as she tries to find herself in a world of endless secrets about her origins. I love the way Curtis relates the characters so that anyone can easily understand their place in the story and the reality they serve in The Seer. I recommend The Seer Book 1 because Curtis has taken the ideas hiding in legend, myth and fantasy and laced them together in a story line that continuously unfolds to something new from fairies to mermaids and talking trees, The Seer has it all. I will definitely be on the look out for the next books in the ‘The Other Side Of Red’ series, I can’t wait to see what new ideas Curtis will spin for readers in the future.

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