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Fourteen-year-old Zoey St. John is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary gift—she can see monsters. But when she meets a secret society called The Agency, a group of people that share her unique ability to see the supernatural, Zoey is whisked off to a strange place, where monsters and humans coexist, where leprechaun gangs, giant fairies and vampire bowling balls are theFourteen-year-old Zoey St. John is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary gift—she can see monsters. But when she meets a secret society called The Agency, a group of people that share her unique ability to see the supernatural, Zoey is whisked off to a strange place, where monsters and humans coexist, where leprechaun gangs, giant fairies and vampire bowling balls are the least of her problems....

Title : The Seventh Sense
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ISBN : 9781301420094
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Number of Pages : 564 Pages
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The Seventh Sense Reviews

  • Chantale Canadian Book Addict
    2019-05-23 12:30

    All the books by Kim Richardson that I have read so far I have loved and this one is no different.I started reading this with the intention of just reading it for an hour but I ended up reading for 3 hours because I just couldn't put it down. I can't wait to read the next book.

  • Karolanne Johnson
    2019-04-29 17:14

    PERSONAL RESPONSE:This was a totally new type of read for me. I usually only like romantic books, not science fiction. I liked the book, The Seventh Sense by Kim Richardson; it had a little bit of suspense in it. I really enjoyed the way the main character, Zoey, went through her life. She seemed to understand that in life nothing was ever perfect. If I were Zoey I wouldn’t have known what to do about seeing weird monster looking things that could eat me. I thought it was very great of her for taking care of her foster siblings when their foster mom turned into a monster and tried killing them. I do think that she was a little crazy at times, but like I have always said we all die eventually. I don’t think she was afraid of dying; she was just trying to figure out why she could see these things when others could not. I liked how the author used such descriptive words and phrases to make it easy to visually all the supernatural creatures. As I was reading I felt like I was in the story with Zoey. The author made it very easy to place myself in the storyline along with the other characters.PLOT:In the beginning of the story Zoey was getting moved from foster home to foster home. She had no idea who her parents were, all she knew was she was different just didn’t know how. She could see things which she had no idea what they were until she met Tristan, Agent Vargas and Agent Barnes. She was looking death straight in the eyes when those three guys saved her life. They realized that she could see the demon, so they decided to take her back to the Agency. The Agency was place where all the other agents and operatives lived in disguise. It was where the legal mystics and agents coexisted with each other. After being at the agency for a couple months, Zoey became best friends with Tristan and Simon, two other operatives. She found out who her mother was and decided that she had to find her. Zoey and the two boys decided to go on a mission to find Zoey’s mother. After searching they found clues which led Zoey to the cat lady, Mrs. Dupont. Everyone at the agency thought that Zoey was a corrupted operative because she knew about the terrible things which Mrs. Dupont did or wanted to do. The three best friends ended up finding proof that helped get Zoey get off the radar of all of her haters.CHARACTERIZATION:Zoey was a 14 year old girl that grew up in the foster care system her whole life until she got taken to the Agency. She was a very independent young lady who thought she did not need help from anybody. She had red curly hair with very pale skin. Tristan was a 15 year old boy that was a operative in the special ops program. Him and Zoey met when Agent Barnes and Agent Vargas saved her life the night she left the foster home. He was a very muscular teen that knows that he is good looking. Zoey realized that she was getting feelings for Tristan and she had a thought he also had some feelings for her. Simon was a nerdy 14 year old. He knew everything there was to know about the legal and illegal mystics. He was scared about everything but he knew everything. He was very helpful throughout the whole story.IMPACT of SETTING:The beginning of the story took place in a small town in the years 2000’s. Later in the story the characters were all at the Agency, which was in the middle of the woods. The reason was to keep it a secret place. Without the Agency the agents and operatives would not have survived.THEMATIC CONNECTION:I felt like the theme in this story was if you have your mindset to do something, then do not listen to what people say. Achieve the goal that you have set for yourself. In the story Zoey set a goal to find her mom and she was not going to quit until she did. That was the type of attitude that I have for all of my goals in life. Whatever you set your mind to you will achieve.RECOMMENDATION:I would recommend this book to anybody who loved a suspenseful science fiction book. It also has supernatural elements in it. I feel like the audience’s age should range from 12-18 years. It was a very easy simple read that did not have to much new vocabulary. I enjoyed this book a lot.

  • C. Erani Kole
    2019-05-01 17:28

    This would've been five stars but the dialogue or interaction between the characters could've been just a little better. It was worse in the beginning but flowed better as she met more people who seemed to have themselves put together.Personally, the main girl mildly annoyed me at some points because her actions seemed immature and although she's fourteen, I don't think it should be that much of an excuse. I also wanted to choke the agents for never believing her, and the plot itself with having them not believe the fourteen-year-old orphan seemed a little overdone. And the intros to her back story of being an orphan and letting all the other characters know was a bit much (i.e the classroom, the bikers, the agents). I was fourteen once, and I'm pretty sure there weren't a lot of pre-teens who would voluntarily tell groups of people they just met that they're an orphan. But that's just me. I rarely rate books based on my preferences, but I feel that some of these things were also holes in the story, or things that the author could've worked more on.Otherwise, the story was enjoyable and I'd recommend it to those who like action. There's a hint of a crush but it isn't a big thing, and Simon is crazy enough to get some smiles out of the reader. It was a fast and fun read.

  • Matilyn Faulkner
    2019-04-22 17:13

    This book was amazing! Im now waiting to read the next book. Kim Richardson you rock! ;-)

  • Brianne Vercellotti
    2019-05-14 12:17

    PERSONAL RESPONSE:I only really like romantic books, not science fiction. I liked the book, The Seventh Sense by Kim Richardson; it had a little bit of suspense in it. I really enjoyed the way the main character, Zoey, went through her life. She seemed to understand that in life nothing was ever perfect. I thought it was very great of her for taking care of her foster siblings when their foster mom turned into a monster and tried killing them. I don’t think she was afraid of dying; she was just trying to figure out why she could see these things when others could not.PLOT:In the beginning of the story Zoey was getting moved from foster home to foster home. She had no idea who her parents were. All Zoey knew was she was different she just didn’t know how. She could see things which she had no idea what they were until she met Tristan, Agent Vargas and Agent Barnes. She was looking death straight in the eyes when those three guys saved her life. They realized that she could see the demon, so they decided to take her back to the Agency. The Agency was place where all the other agents and operatives lived in disguise. It was where the legal mystics and agents had existed with each other. After being at the agency for a couple months, Zoey became best friends with Tristan and Simon, two other operatives. She found out who her mother was and decided that she had to find her. Zoey and the two boys decided to go on a mission to find Zoey’s mother. Everyone at the agency thought that Zoey was a corrupted operative, because she knew about the terrible things which Mrs. Dupont did or wanted to do. The three best friends ended up finding proof that helped get Zoey get off the radar of all of all bad people.CHARACTERIZATION:Zoey was a 14 year old girl who grew up in the foster care system her whole life until she got taken to the Agency. She was a very independent, young, lady who thought she did not need help from anybody. She had red curly hair with very pale skin. Tristan was a 15 year old boy that was a operative in the special ops program. He and Zoey met when Agent Barnes and Agent Vargas saved her life the night she left the foster home. He was a very muscular teen who knew he was conceited. Zoey realized that she was getting feelings for Tristan and she had a thought he also had some feelings for her. IMPACT of SETTING:The beginning of the story took place in a small town in the years 2000’s. Later in the story the characters were all at the Agency, which was in the middle of the woods. The reason was to keep it a secret place. Without the Agency the people would not have survived.THEMATIC CONNECTION:I felt like the theme in this story was to have a mindset to achieve goals set, and not listen to what other people say. They tried to achieve the goal they set for themselves. In the story Zoey set a goal to find her mom, and she was not going to quit until she found her. RECOMMENDATION:I would recommend this book to anybody who loved a suspenseful science fiction book. It also has supernatural elements in it. I feel like the audience’s age should range from 12-18 years. The subject matter younger kids might not understand. I enjoyed this book a lot.

  • Darren
    2019-05-11 16:16

    The sevenths are a minority faction of the human race that have a seventh sense that allows them to detect alien beings on earth (mystics). This book follows Zoey, a 14 year old orphan, who has spent her childhood in an orphanage followed by several foster families. She has the seventh sense but has no idea why and knows of no-one else that also has it. We follow her as she is introduced to a world of agents, mystics and originals.I liked the premise of the story and the supernatural seventh sense but found that the character was rushing headlong into one unsurvivable situation after another and a collection of injuries that were sustained were often forgotten by the next chapter. The adult characters are portrayed as idiots who disbelieve everything the main character says regardless of supporting evidence and witnesses. Forcing the main character to save the world despite them ...I think this book is ideally suited to pre-teens who do not look too closely at the improbable situations and the reckless decision making that just works out in the end.

  • Belinda Tran
    2019-05-16 11:25

    Good readThe Seventh Sense was a little weird for me. I enjoyed the story, but the fact that the "management" never believes Zoey got old pretty quick. Its like they don't even bother to use common sense! Like I said, I enjoyed the book, but I'm up in the air about continuing to book two.

  • Nikki Bennett
    2019-05-01 10:36

    Mystics #1: The Seventh Sense is an entertaining read, probably best suited for 12-14 year olds. It’s a bit rough around the edges and could use some better editing, but the story will appeal to kids. The main character, Zoey, is sympathetic and a strong lead, and Simon the sidekick provides a lot of comic relief when the action gets tense. And there’s lots of action—fighting monsters, escaping the bad guys, traveling through mirrors and standing up to bullies.The monsters are probably the most imaginative part of this series. Most monsters are out for blood—and quite a bit is spilled in this story—but there are some good ones too, and some pretty funny ones. The story is a mixture of tense action intersperse with silliness (Simon is especially good at breaking the tension with a goofy joke). There’s a hint of romance too, between Zoey and the handsome Tristan, although the romance in its beginning stages, and I’m sure Kim Richardson will expound on this in the sequels.While the story could use some work to really polish it, I think both boys and girls will find this a fun, exciting read. Girls will relate to the strong main female character, boys will enjoy Simon’s quirkiness and Tristan’s bravado, and all will enjoy the monsters and action.Nik’s Picks Book Reviewswww.nikki-bennett.com (The author provided me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.)

  • Mo
    2019-05-17 13:30

    I'm going to start the second book in this series. I like Zooey, Tristan & Simon. Tristan is a mystery to Zooey. Towards the end of the book, 'what' he is is revealed. Zooey is still uncertain of 'what' she is. She can sense monsters, later labeled as 'mystics'. Simon is simply comic relief. Aria is a mother figure to Zooey, which she desperately needs. She's also attached to Agent Barnes. He has a positive father-figure influence to Zooey which I hope will be expounded upon later in the series.I'm giving this book a 3 star rating because I felt it should have been SO much better. It was stilted at times when it should have flowed. I'm hoping the author improves upon the writing flow in the next book. Oh, btw, the leprechauns are hilarious and sweet. I hope Rusty, Crusher and Warty make an appearance in Book 2 etc. I do recommend the book.

  • Murielle Cyr
    2019-04-25 11:12

    The Mystics:The Seventh Sense, is the first in a series by Kim Richardson. This is a colourful action story full of imaginative monsters, demons, two-legged stones and fire-horses. Children and adults travel to all parts of the world by walking through mirrors and by using a double-sided mirror called a DSM.Joey, an orphan, is a tough street-wise fourteen year-old who is gifted with the seventh sense: the power to see and communicate with monsters. A secret society picks her up and she enters their program to combat evil. Blood and violence follow her everywhere and her life is threatened numerous times.This a book that contains all the necessary elements to keep the younger reader turning the page and wanting more. An exciting experience for those who seek action and the possibility of a love story between the tough female fighter and Tristan, her handsome protector.

  • Selina
    2019-05-19 17:12

    I have always loved Kim Richardson's writing and all the books that she creates, and Mystics: The Seventh Sense does not disappoint. This book kind of reminds me of Harry Potter and Men In Black, mixed together. It has all kinds of monsters and a group of mischievous kids that try to save the world. Also, the twist on vampires is hilarious and a bit refreshing how she described them. All together it was a great read and I can't wait to read the other books in this series. I would recommended this book to anyone who loves fantasy and monsters.

  • Janet L. Hage
    2019-04-29 10:07

    YA why am I the only one to see monstersZoey comes home to find her foster mother turn into a monster. She kills the the monster that breaks out of her foster mother's skin and takes off only to be cornered by a monster. She is rescued by others that kill the monster. They take her home with them when they find her to be a drifter or untrained agent. This is just the start of Zoey opening into a new world and a search for her parents. Well written script style with well-developed characterization.. YA

  • Bluegravity
    2019-05-05 11:18

    he story is solid. It's a good kids book, especially because of the obvious heroine mentality. This sort of book would be something kids would dream of. It's blunt, straightforward, alot of action- too much and over the top. Injuries are mostly forgotten and not really mentioned later on, nor does it really seem to affect the heroine. The adult mentality to keep the story going towards the heroine is annoying and pretty obviously used to continue the story. Like I said, solid book for a 10 year old.

  • Erth
    2019-05-06 17:06

    Though there were several typos and other proofing errors, i enjoyed the story. i felt the author was holding back a bit in the "creativity" field. There were several places in the story that seemed to have been cut short in description and time. The story line was unique and original and i loved the supernatural, magical mystery of it all.I did purchase book 2,and have it on the "next to read" list. I feel this one deserves another go at 5 stars.

  • Rachel
    2019-05-09 10:34

    When I first started reading this book, I was thoroughly confused, but intrigued at the same time. By the time I got to the third chapter, I was hooked. There is so much mystery, that I was kept at the edge of my seat. Mystics is the type of book that you don't want to put down, which is difficult to find these days. I highly suggest reading this book if you are a fan of the Percy Jackson series, because it has that kind of feel to it, minus the gods and goddesses.

  • Manoncrdt
    2019-05-08 12:20

    j'ai vraiment beaucoup aimé l'univers et les personnages dans ce premier tome. la seule chose qui m'a empêché d'avoir un coup de coeur est l'écriture un peu trop simple à mon goût. L'écriture un peu jeunesse de ce livre m'a empêché de tout aimé. Mais les actions qui s'enchaînent et l'univers sont vraiment des points positifs à ce livre.

  • Auburn Waves
    2019-05-05 17:20

    2.5 starsThis book is better than 'Marked' so I feel I must give it a higher rating, although I didn't feel it was quite on par with other books that I have given 3 stars.The author has written a fairly solid book. The beginning is not so great, but the end picks up. I will be reading on in the series.

  • Megan
    2019-05-18 13:25

    Adding a review for this as I've rated it without a review.A lot of things have happened since. 2014 Was a very hard year for myself so all the reviews are showing up on the same date. I can't explain why they are, if the ratings are justice or accurate I can also not say when I truly read these. I'm just going to say 2014 on the same day added just to keep the year right if not the month...

  • Kimberly C. Winslow
    2019-05-18 17:22

    Fun unique read.Supernatural story that is all about the ick factor. Creative creatures and the main characters are fearless and young. This is a book teens would enjoy but also adults who don't mind a fun read minus realistic scenarios and results. If you just want to be entertained this book fits the bill.

  • Jamie Thomas
    2019-05-22 13:22

    Awesomely amazingThe Monsters were so cool I can not imagine fighting them . And the hostiles were so strong. Zoe did AMAZING when she destroyed the interlopers . When is she gonna meet her mom?

  • Maggie
    2019-05-04 10:12

    I think this would be a good YA book. I enjoyed reading about the rebel Zoey St. John maybe because I'm a bit of a rebel myself. It kept me guessing and wanting to read more. It was an easy read and I plan on getting Book 2.

  • Hannah
    2019-05-13 17:21

    I loved the plot, and the constant speed with which the story developed. However in my opinion the book lacked description. The idea that Zoey has this powerful history was brilliant allbeit predictable at times. But all around a great book.

  • Gail
    2019-05-15 10:08

    Loved it!!What an entertaining story. All kinds of unusual creepy crawlers and a team of people that keep them from causing mayhem in the streets. Loved the characters and the story was wonderful. Can't wait to read the second book.

  • Amanda Kern
    2019-05-17 17:36

    Awesome bookThis is a good book. It only took me about three hours to read, but I could not put it down. It was free too. If you want to get hooked on a series this is one that you will. I have the second one waiting in my library. I am going to start it now.

  • Brooke Otis
    2019-05-03 13:32

    It's another young adult fantasy novel but it is captivating. I will definitely read the next book in the trilogy and possibly this writer's next series. I'll have to see how well written the trilogy is first.

  • Nancy
    2019-05-08 16:08

    Incredible!

  • Rachael
    2019-04-26 15:21

    I loved the plot. but some of the dialogue between the characters was just awkward and didn't seem to fit right. but overall was a really good read.

  • Simon Renton
    2019-04-23 15:36

    Overall enjoyable and fast paced. One can only wonder if Zoe will ever learn to listen and think. I found this component of the character grating, but then it could be the patent in me speaking ;)

  • Ryana
    2019-04-25 15:13

    This book was great but I do have a few problems with it.- how rushed the beginning was,how Zoey's secret came out so easily

  • Amy Muehleman
    2019-05-19 15:32

    I loved the premis of the story. I found myself rereading a few spots that were rough around the edges. With that said I would recommend this to friends.