Intuition

Rated 4.10/5 based on 11 reviews
Luke and his twin sister Sera have unusual abilities. Hers is a gift--she can heal with a touch of her hand. His is a curse--he can see the future but he can’t do anything about it. On a hike up the mountain, Luke has a vision unlike any other--one that leaves him terrified. Knowing that it will come true--and that he must do everything in his power to stop it--leaves his own future uncertain.
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Words: 5,680
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465964786
About J. Meyers

j. meyers grew up in Vermont, spent three years in Germany when she was a kid, and now lives in Central New York. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s chasing after her four kids, exploring the outdoors with her family, baking sweet treats, and forgetting to make dinner. She is the author of the young adult contemporary fantasy series featuring Intangible, Imaginable, and the companion novella Indomitable. She also writes new adult contemporary romance under the name Jinsey Reese.

Reviews

Review by: Wolf Paw Publications on April 30, 2013 : (no rating)
This one is such a tease! It definitely leaves you aching to start on Intangible. Here you get a small taste of Luke and Sera and the things they can do. The gift of intuition and the gift of healing. Though this story mainly focuses on the intuition aspect obviously.
The only flaw I found to this was not in the story itself. It was in the italics J.Meyer forgot to undo after the last vision Luke has. But it's a small error and only someone as ocd as I am about things will find it a bother.
Because this story is so short, I feel I can't rightfully give it a 5 since there weren't enough pages to give me much of an impression of anything. I do however enjoy the story for what it is.
So I give this book 4 of 5 paws

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Review by: Jennifer Ricketts on April 16, 2013 :
I read this story before and after I read the book Intangible--before because the events of this story take place before Intangible, and after to refresh my take on the characters. I recommend you read this story before and after also!

I enjoyed the story more the second time I read it because I had more insight into Luke and Sera's personalities as well as their relationship as twins. I was left wanting more!

It's funny because I had downloaded this story shortly after I received my Kindle for Christmas this year. I entered the giveaway here on Goodreads for a copy of Intangible, not realizing the two went together. I hadn't had a chance to read Intuition yet.

I didn't end up winning the giveaway for Intangible, but the author emailed me and so graciously offered to give me a copy of the book for my Kindle to review. I follow her blog, and I love the topics she writes about. Check out her profile and follow her blog! She really seems to love her readers and is completely friendly and approachable--my favorite qualities in an author. :)
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Review by: Carolyn Brown on April 11, 2013 :
This short book is a prelude to Intangable and begins the story of Luke and his sister Sera, who both have abilities, which they try to hide from the world. In Intuition, Luke has a vision of the future which he hopes will not occur, but unfortunately, his visions always happen.

He is left hoping to change the future and to stop this vision from playing out!

This short paranormal story gives an insight into Luke's uncertainty regarding his abilities and builds the background to his and his sister's relationship.

I found that I was left intrigued and wanting to read more, which of course is this books purpose.
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Review by: Brooke DelVecchio on Sep. 22, 2012 :
I got a free copy of this book from Amazon and I'm so glad I did.

This novella gives us some insight into Luke and Sera, twins with remarkable gifts. Luke is a Seer. He has visions of the future but he is unable to do anything about those visions. Sera is a healer and can heal with the touch of her hands.

I really loved this introduction to Luke and Sera. Their sibling connection is really awesome. You can see how they care about each other and how they would do anything for one another.

When Luke has a vision of the future that scares him, he refuses to tell Sera what it was about. But she knows, deep down. And the scariest part is she knows there will be no stopping it.

I cannot wait to read this series...this introduction was just, WOW! I tore through it. The background information was great and the scenery is completely set for the next book.

Awesome job by the author. Looking forward to the next read!

5 out of 5 stars!
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Review by: Nancy Allen on June 16, 2012 :
Unlike most I read Intangible before I read Intuition. Even though I read Intangible first I still enjoyed reading Intuition. It was very well written with an introduction to Intangible the first book in the series. Which is also J. Meyers début novel. Intuition introduces us to Luke's visions. Visions that he has never been able to stop or do anything about. Having vision and not being able to prevent them depresses Luke.

Intuition introduces us to Sera's gift also. Sera can heal with just a touch. She has no idea how it works. She is just over joyed that it does and that she can help people. Sera and Luke have always kept their gift a secret from everyone. The outside world would not understand and think they are freaks.

I recommend that you read Intuition before reading Intangible although I did not. It will give you a little incite to who Sera and Luke are and what they can do. Reading Intangible first will not in any way ruin Intuition. I am glad that I read it.
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Review by: Tyler-Rose Neath on May 29, 2012 :
When J Meyers emailed me and asked me if I was interested in reviewing Intangible, despite how amazing it sounded I almost had to turn it down (what with exams and all!). But he then mentioned Intuition was free and would introduce me to his characters. Well, I was sold!

So, this is a very short introduction to J's novel Intangible. I'm impressed with the premise. The idea for the novel is shown to be an interesting one from Intuition and it allows us to meet the characters inside the Intangible story (where as it could have been a completely separate story...).

We see an example of Luke and Sera's powers put to the test in Intuition which gives us a hint of what Intangible will be like. I'm really excited to get my hands on Intangible.

His writing is amazing, the characters were interesting and I only wish I could read Intangible immediately.

I definitely suggest you read it. So yeah, read it and let me know what you think about it!

Originally written at: http://the-reading-pile.blogspot.co.uk
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Review by: Megan The Book Addicted Girl on March 25, 2012 :
Luke has visions of the future, visions that always come true. Sera can heal, influence. The twins have to keep their gifts secret; people react badly, they get scared or angry.

On a hike one day, Luke has a vision, the worst one he's ever had. He sees someone dead in a cave. He is sure he knows the person, but as he can't see them he doesn't know who they are. His visions always come true. Can Luke stop this one before it’s too late?

Intuition was a great little story, introducing us to the world, tantalizing our minds. It wasn't long at all, just long enough for me to meet the characters and know their gifts and like them and NEED to know WHAT HAPPENED NEXT!

The writing was really good, the brief plot left me wanting more. I really liked Luke and Sera, their gifts and twin bond. I can't wait to read Intangible! No, scratch that. I need to read Intangible! I HAVE to know if Luke manages to stop his vision! And after the teaser chapter at the end of Intuition? Squeee!
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Review by: Sadrina Cassi on March 07, 2012 :
Intuition is a short story of only a few pages set before Intangible - sort of like a prequel. In this short story, you can get a glimpse of Luke and Sera's gifts -or curse, depends on the situation - as well of the vision a.k.a impending doom that would forever change their lives in Intangible. This was also going to be related to something significant in the first book. You should know what to expect in Intangible after reading this short but detailed story.

I think Intuition is a perfect teaser for Intangible. It - and the author's writing style - hooks you up and leaves you wanting to know more about the twin's fates especially Sera's.
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Review by: Sadrina Cassi on March 07, 2012 :
Intuition is a short story of only a few pages set before Intangible - sort of like a prequel. In this short story, you can get a glimpse of Luke and Sera's gifts -or curse, depends on the situation - as well of the vision a.k.a impending doom that would forever change their lives in Intangible. This was also going to be related to something significant in the first book. You should know what to expect in Intangible after reading this short but detailed story.

I think Intuition is a perfect teaser for Intangible. It - and the author's writing style - hooks you up and leaves you wanting to know more about the twin's fates especially Sera's.
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Review by: Sana @ artsy musings of a bibliophile on March 07, 2012 :
Intuition is a prequel novella to Intangible and it's very short. The synopsis of Intangible had me intrigued and when I discovered that it has a free prequel, I was all for it!

I am glad I read Intuition, the whole concept seems very different from the usual paranormal young adult books out there and the covers are pretty, too. Intuition started off with Luke feeling the impending doom and urging the feeling to take over him. He can see the future. He and Sera, his twin sister, then start out for their traditional hike to Mt. Mansfield where Luke has two visions. The first takes some healing from Sera while, the second vision terrifies Luke.

Who was the person Luke saw in his vision? And why doesn't he want to tell Sera about it, yet? This is what Intangible would answer and i am hoping, with a dash of some action!
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Review by: Emily Ann Ward on Oct. 17, 2011 :
Well, I'm hooked! This short story gives us just a glimpse into Luke and Sera's lives and their abilities: predicting the future and healing. Some of the prose in the beginning was repetitive, but the author has already painted an intriguing world. Definitely left me wanting more, especially with the semi-cliffhanger at the end. Plus, beautiful cover art!
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