Countercharm 2: Of Stars and Dreams

Rated 2.67/5 based on 3 reviews
After Sydnie Knight called on the stars to destroy the man who terrorized her family, things should have returned to normal. But as dreams reveal that he may have survived, her only hope against the evil energy threatening to consume her is to find her father. Can Sydnie change the horrible visions of her future, or will unlimited power seduce her and destroy any hope of reuniting her family? More
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About Cherese A. Vines

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I was born into a military family during the late 1970s. I've lived in a number of different cities throughout my life, including Chicago where most of my family resides. Although I have a background in Journalism, my love of reading fiction led me to creative writing pursuits. I have incorporated my experiences and travels into my writing, which include young adult fiction, science-fiction, and fantasy. I currently reside near the Atlanta area with my husband and two children.

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Reviews of Countercharm 2: Of Stars and Dreams by Cherese A. Vines

Sheri Wilkinson reviewed on July 15, 2013

Countercharm 2: Of Stars and Dreams by Cherese A. Vines

Sydnie Knight is back in this second book Countercharms 2. She is convinced that her father is alive and her mission is to find him.
She is faced with many obstacles and enemies along the way. With the help of her mother and other family members she sets out on the adventure of a lifetime.

Fast paced fantasy read. I feel Y/A as well as adult readers will delight in this enchanting story filled with magic and adventure.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Carol reviewed on June 30, 2013

Like the first in the series, this book was hard to follow. Having read the first, I knew more of the background but the choppiness of the action made for bad flow.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
Kay Lyn reviewed on March 8, 2013

This book felt as if it needed further editing. I so wanted to really get into it because I liked the idea behind it but the writing style laboured.

The concept is great but it felt like something of a monologue, often choppy and unclear about who was who and where they were and who someone else was and where they were.

I liked the characters and I think the author has a real feel for what she's trying to create but this book felt very self-edited and laboured. I would love to see it written again and done well.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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