From award-winning, INDIEFAB Book of the Year Finalist author Elise Stephens
Teens looking for suspense, adventure, and magic do not want to miss this book!
The psychic gift of prophecy has torn apart Calvin Forsyth’s family before. For many generations, the ability to see the future has come tied to a life-shortening curse and the chilling attention of a secret society intent on drawing the Forsyths under its power.
Fate seems determined that 15-year-old Calvin will not escape the future’s destiny. Though use of a magic door in a New Jersey forest, he awakens his own sight and plunges into a swirling world of portents and shadow where friend and foe are hard to discern and his own talent threatens to consume his mind.
Should he accept the help of the beautiful girl who arrives on his doorsteps claiming she has the same gift of sight, or should he undergo training from a wise sage who views the door and its psychic gifts as nothing better than dangerous mind-poisons?
Calvin must undergo extraordinary trials to wield his sight, defend his endangered family, and prepare to face not just the ominous secret society that beckons him, but to battle the man who’s caused him the most grief and pain—his father.
Filled with suspense and intrigue, Forecast is a coming of age tale of love and sacrifice in a fight against otherworldly powers. It will keep you guessing at its twists and turns right up to the breathtaking conclusion.
What readers and reviewers are saying about this thrilling series:
“I finished the book without stopping. I just COULDN'T put it down. Recommended to anyone wanting a fun story with addicting characters, and an ending that blows all your guesses to shame.” –B.J. Gaskill
“I connected with the protagonists immediately… It thrilled me with the supernatural but not scary, it caused intrigue with constant mystery…I highly recommend this novel.” –Sarah C.
“A quick moving plot and adding magical elements…Calvin is a great character in a book filled with many wonderful characters.” -Anne, Amazon Vine Voice Reviewer
“…Reminded me of Dan Brown's books with excitement and adventure…Like a good film I was sorry when the book ended. –Isobel C