Publisher Description

I'm an illusionist, not a psychic.

Going on TV is supposed to advance my career, but things go wrong.

Like vampires and zombies kind of wrong.

My name is Sasha Urban, and this is how I learned what I am.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
August 7
Mozaika Publications
Mozaika LLC

Customer Reviews

lovesbooks6565 ,

Solid start to this series!

I received an ARC for a honest review. This is my first book from this author. I came upon this book through Anna Zaires' books. This book is not in the same vein as her dark romances. Although paranormal is not my go to books, The Girl Who Sees was definitely an interesting read. I really enjoyed the smart heroine and all the twists and world building. Basically the heroine lives a "normal" life with her passion being performing magic. Something happens and a whole paranormal worlds opens up to her. That's when everything gets interesting! I can't wait until book 2!

CoteTaja ,

Love this story by Dima

Another great work by Dima Zales. I normally don’t read this genre but every so often I do want to read something different so Dima’s books are my go to. I have read few of his other books and truly enjoyed this different world. Girl who sees definitely didn’t disappoint. Right from beginning I was intrigued with the blurb and wanted to read Sasha’s story.
She appears to be ordinary girl (or that’s what she thinks) who does magic tricks. She got invited to the tv show where she first time had her vision. Later on her vision becomes true, but she kept refusing to believe she has any supernatural powers.
Story line gets even more interesting with lots of different issues and twists.
I love Sasha’s character. She is super cool, funny, interesting girl. Im looking forward to more of Sasha and this fantasy world.

TheCrazyBookworm ,

Please Read this book!

Take your time and really read this book! I fell in love after the first chapter and stayed up late till I finished! The characters are well rounded, the storyline easy to follow. And it makes you think. I love it so much!

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