Colours In Blackness - A New Life

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
This is book one in the series.

An 18 year old girl is suddenly able to see future events before they happen. She's moved into a school/hospital with other gifted teens. With their help she realizes that she can change the outcome of her visions but there are consequences to her choices. She learns about secrets, betrayal, friendships, passion and murder. Where did her gift come from and why her? More
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About Tammy Dunning

Born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 1969 to Barry and Sandra Mino with one sibling, Russell. Grew up in Tecumseh, Ontario.

Tammy went to school in Belle River, Ontario graduating in 1987. She went on to do some college. Married in 1991 and had two children, born in 1991 and 1993. Daughter, Mandy, created the covers to the 'Colours In Blackness' series. Son, Dustin, Created the website and helped out with all other computer needs.

These four books are written, edited and published by Tammy with help from several other friends but the mostly from her mother, Sandy.

Book number four is also finished and ready for reading.

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Review by: Diane Rapp on Sep. 11, 2013 :
X-Men go to high school

The first book in this series introduces the main character, Laura, and the friends she makes in the hospital/school that is studying their special talents. It's got elements of X-Men and elements of high school mixed together, told from the first person point of view of a teenager. There are mysteries about the cause of the students' special gifts, and what happened to a missing girl. Laura meets two hunky guys and must choose between them (a problem any teenage girl would like). She also faces normal teenage stress about meeting new friends, mixed with worry about the violent visions she experiences.

As an adult, I'm more removed from the teenage scene, but I'm sure teenage girls will identify with the heroine and appreciate her feelings and worries. Since this is the first book in the series, readers get to know the characters and might want to follow them through more adventures.
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Review by: Julie Mahle on Dec. 02, 2012 :
LOVED, LOVED, LOVED THIS BOOK...JUST WISH THAT IT HAD BEEN LONGER!
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