The Unsacred Gift by C.S. Dorsey {Book Tour and Review}

The Unsacred Gift by C.S Dorsey

Have you ever had a dream that came to life? How about losing the one you love and not being able to save them? What about a gift that you were cursed with? Well image having all three like Sicily “Sissy” Monroe.


“Some might say what I have is a gift. I say, I want to return it.” Sissy declares.


Sicily “Sissy” Monroe has all the qualities of a perfect young lady. She is almost where she wants to be in life. But lying deep in the pupil of her eyes hold something that she cannot get rid of which interferes with her plans. She fights everyday with no one but herself. After having her first vision at age six of her sister’s (Misty) disappearance and the dreams of failing to save her, Sissy wants no part in another person’s fate. For years Sissy tried hard to avoid contact with people because she feared foreseeing their death. In keeping with this, she tries to stay away from her family. Little did Sissy know she could not run from her past, or her gift. She hopes someone will put her out of her misery, but she will soon discover that her visions and dreams were just a mere image of herself.


My review:

This book touched home a little bit. Since I have been younger I have had visions. Not something I readily admit, but I guess the secret is out. When I was younger I called them “tv dreams” and that term stuck. I wish to say the visions are good ones, but most are harbingers of death or an accident.  They are very vivid and have the feeling of watching a movie or a tv show. Sissy has it one step forward. She can simply touch people and see their deaths. It starts when she is 6 years old and foresees her sisters kidnapping. Can you imagine? This book is haunting, gripping and multitude of twists and turns ( and if you’ve read my other book reviews you know how much I love when books keep me guessing). I was entranced by it and I probably would have finished it quicker if it wasn’t for summertime and kids distracting me! Most of the time I was reading I forgot that this was a YA book. I am not usually a fan of when the author goes into a lot of detail but for some reason it worked in this book.  Definitely a must read.

Follow the tour…..

July 9 – Review Mommy Reads too Much

July 10- Review My Crafty Life

July 11 – Review – ReadingDiva’s Blog

July 12 excerpt – Sweeping The USA

July 13 Interview – Ereading on the Cheap

July 16 Review – The Shopping Duck

July 17- Review Inspirations by Simone

July 18- review Taking Time for Mommy

July 19-Review Niki’s book Corner

July 20- Guest Post- Insights by April

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I love all things supernatural and paranormal. Coffee addict. Book lover. Wise Ass. Read the rest of my ramblings at My Crafty Life

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