Book Review: Foresight by Sherry D. Ficklin

All Grace Archer wants is to graduate from high school and get on with her life. But the Gods of Fate have other ideas. Attacked at graduation by a mysterious woman with gruesome henchmen, Grace is lucky to escape with her life. Rescued by a Fae warrior named Chris and her Aunt Phoenix, Grace learns that her mother was the Greek Goddess Pandora. Now Grace must protect her mother’s urn from the crazed demi-goddess Lilith, who is determined to unleash its horrors on an unsuspecting Earth. As if her blood legacy is not bizarre enough, Grace begins to develop frightening powers that threaten to destroy her from the inside out. Can Grace find the strength to defeat Lilith? Can she learn to control her powers before she loses her mind?

The Gods of Fate Book One: Foresight is the first book in a trilogy by author Sherry D. Ficklin. I really enjoy books that contain elements of mythology interwoven into them so found myself drawn into this book. The combination of Greek Gods and Fae made for a unique tale.

I really enjoyed this story. The characters were likable and the story held my interest throughout. The ending wrapped up well enough to be satisfying yet left me wanting to read the next book Second Sight which will be released next year.

I would recommend this book to those who enjoy young adult stories with paranormal & mythical elements and who read for enjoyment (that’s me) rather than with a critical eye.

Content: Clean read for 16+ – just a little mild innuendo and I think one instance of mildest of language.

Rating: 4 Stars

Source: Won in a giveaway