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Summary

Action-packed and laugh-out-loud funny, the Sasha Urban series is your next binge listen!

Analyst. Illusionist. Psychic?

When Sasha Urban finally gets the chance to perform her magic tricks on live TV, the last thing she expects is to discover that she has very real, very scary powers.

Oh, and to be totally humiliated in the process.

But being made to look like a fraud is the least of Sasha's problems now that she's been thrust into the dangerous world of the Cognizant. With necromancers, orcs, and moody teenage werewolves out for blood, Sasha will have to rely on her super-strong best friend, surprisingly deadly pet chinchilla, and mysteriously powerful boss to help her survive her first few months as a Cognizant.

But will she be able to master her psychic powers in time to save herself when everything goes wrong?

©2020 Dima Zales (P)2020 Dima Zales

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3 books for the price of 1 ❤️

I have come to write a review after I have listened to all of the books in the series.

I found book 1’s plot slow at times, but after listening to all the books in the series I feel like it need all the explanations and the build up to lay the foundations for the other books. Some reviews have been a bit negative about that for books 1 & 2, but I can’t see how the writer would be able to get to where she did without laying a good foundation.

As the series progresses you get to know and love the characters. Sasha is a likeable MC and really grows throughout the series. I was happy to find out that there is a follow on series with some of the characters.

Great narrator as well.

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  • Stephanie Genisio
  • 14-02-21

surprisingly good

I got this book because there were three... this was at the same time my favorite series released a new book (In Death-Robb). i still finished this one 1st... that's how good it was.

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  • Beatrice
  • 31-01-21

Not for me

The Visions and Vampires series isn't for me. I didn't really like the characters and couldn't get into the story.

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  • Shoe Monger
  • 04-07-21

S-L-O-W

I purchased the 1-3 series looking forward to what the cover description advertised. The narration was awesome - accents, lilt and all - the storyline - UGH - what happens in 3 books moves so slow - it's so frustratingly slow that I almost pack in the trilogy. The story line moves so slow that there is supposed to be a love interest - but you don't know or better yet feel it, it because it was poorly executed -
This series has 7 books and I'm thinking of skipping 4-6 and hitting book 7 just to get some time travel relief.
Yes, the story was creative, but if the story didn't move so slowly, I would likely consider all the books in the series ( I normally binge all the books in the series) but not so much this time....