Friday 22 December 2023

Review of Robin's Flight by Breanne Leftwich

Robin Hayes is just a normal teenage girl trying to navigate through her high school years while juggling family drama, a broken relationship, and her boisterous best friend. But that all begins to change when a mysterious new student, Matthew, arrives at Milton High and sends paralyzing chills through her every time he’s nearby. Around the same time, she starts having recurring nightmares about a haunting woman screaming at her. As she struggles to figure out her unusual reaction to Matthew and make sense of the dream she keeps having, strange events start to occur, causing Robin to question everything she thought she knew about herself and the life she led.

One of these events is seen by a witness who leads her to discover the truth about herself—she comes from a secret world full of people who possess supernatural powers, and she is no exception. Now, Robin must learn to keep herself and her loved ones safe from the lingering threats associated with her newfound knowledge . . . Even if protecting them means losing them forever.


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because it sounded like a book that I’d enjoy. I loved the normalcy, the love story sub-plot, the way Robin and Ben were drawn back together even with the mystery of Matthew. I adored the imagery and the way the story wove through the words making you feel like you were right there along with the characters. The twists and turns had you guessing and hoping, and hooked on turning page after page until the book is done and you’re left wanting more. Leftwich has a way of telling a story that leaves you hungry and thirsty for the resolution. Very much a series I will follow and an author to watch. Recommended! 

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