Insight by Jamie Magee Reviewed by Ana Lucía Arroyave

304 pages
Published July 20th 2010

Before that fateful summer night, Willow had balanced the insight of emotion, and the vivid images. That night, the figure in her nightmare marked her wrist with a star, giving her father no choice but to tell Willow a family secret that would abruptly change life, as she knew it, forever. Before Willow had time to absorb the shock of her father's secret, her soul mate that had shared every stunning dream with her, found her, and darkness captured her closest friends. In order to save them, she must weave through broken myths and the undeniable power of the Zodiac. In the end, Willow discovers that at the moment of our birth we are all given a divine gift.


Insight has everything: mystery, danger, other dimensions and love beyond time. I was connected to the story right from the begining, getting to know all the characters how all where connected to each other and get alone
even if they had not known before,  and of course, the mystery behind every chapter.

What I liked the most was how well written everything was, explaining in detail each scene
which made it appear that everything was real and not part of a book. It show us how blind humans beings are by not see beyond what our eyes tell us; how unique we are and the gifts we're given at birth and and how we can shape our destiny.
All the characters were really easy going and all of them believe in what they were living
and the changes that were made in their lifes at the perfect time, but I really connect with Willow. She really is my kind of personality: a staid person, she really cares about her family and friends, but no in a drama way, because she really thinks before doing something.

This is a light and unique novel that you should pick up if you are looking for a breath of fresh air
and also leave you a message and leaves you wondering if you can do and see things differently. 
Now I'm eagerly waiting on the next installment, because
at the end, there are some questions and unresolved issues that makes you want more, and look forward to the next book.

Ana Lucía Arroyave

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