Observe

  • Title: Observe
  • Author: Andrea Pearson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Observe Nicole Williams is the sole protector of an elixir that will end a curse on the human race But while the elixir strengthens her it also forces her to abandon the love of the person most important to
    Nicole Williams is the sole protector of an elixir that will end a curse on the human race But while the elixir strengthens her, it also forces her to abandon the love of the person most important to her her boyfriend, Austin Determined to prove her loyalty and to distract herself from heartache, Nicole attacks her assignments with zeal, along with her goal to master WinNicole Williams is the sole protector of an elixir that will end a curse on the human race But while the elixir strengthens her, it also forces her to abandon the love of the person most important to her her boyfriend, Austin Determined to prove her loyalty and to distract herself from heartache, Nicole attacks her assignments with zeal, along with her goal to master Wind powers as quickly as possible While she is getting stronger as an Arete, the group that wants to destroy all magical people is also growing in numbers and strength Their new world leader is about to be revealed an individual they believe is powerful enough to bring them victory against Aretes everywhere In the meantime, Nicole receives a plea for help from an elderly woman she met while studying in Ohio who may have information about the upcoming war Nicole must now choose to continue her work or abandon everything she s striven to achieve in the past few months to save the woman If she chooses to come to Anna Morse s rescue, she ll need Austin s assistance Will they be able to put aside their feelings and find Nicole s friend or will they lose control and doom humanity to be forever cursed

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      Published :2019-02-27T17:37:50+00:00

    About Andrea Pearson


    1. Andrea, a Brigham Young University graduate, is an avid reader and outdoor enthusiast hiking, fishing, boating, biking, spending time in the Rocky Mountains, and taking walks She spent a year and a half serving the Spanish speaking community in Toronto, Canada, and fluently speaks 2 languages She plays several instruments, not including the banjo, and loves putting together musical arrangements Her favorite sports are basketball and football, though several knee surgeries and incurably awful coordination prevent her from playing them.Andrea is always in the mood for a good movie with close friends and family especially her husband and mom , with a large glass of milk and a bowl of overly buttered popcorn nearby She also enjoys oil painting, making earrings, squeezing every bit of oxygen out of Ziploc bags, and she hopes to someday travel to Italy and Alaska.


    362 Comments


    1. THis was really good. A sweet friendship story and love story. Plus unique obsticals and I'm really enjoying these books now.

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    2. This book took Nicole and her friends through some crazy, harrowing experiences. It was nail-biting tense, and sometimes, downright scary. The twists in this book were shocking and made it hard to stop reading. The only negative was it ended quite abruptly and didn’t tie everything nicely together into much resolution. There was resolution, but it was abrupt and kind of surprised me. But, their biggest challenges are yet to be faced, and since this is almost the end of the series, I can forgiv [...]

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    3. Whilst Nicole and Austin's phone conversations are ending in 'love you's', Lizzie is enjoying her between-boyfriends time. Austin is pushing the lessons in channeling without a focus that he'd promised Nicole. His worry leading him to facilitate the added protection Nicole will obtain if she can use her magic freely. Coolidge again provides an invaluable resource in the form of a book detailing the skills needed in various subsets of ability, where mastery of the various number of skills results [...]

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    4. SUPER FUN AND BRINGS A SMILE TO MY FACE!! My reviews on the first three books in this series have garnered 5-star reviews due to the sheer creativity and unpredictability from these books, but now I'm writing a 5-star review because of how much I not genuinely love the book and this series, and would give it 6-stars if possible due to creativity and unpredictability, and just sheer FUN. Although the book is short, which is a bummer because it would be great to have a longer story, we FINALLY see [...]

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    5. This seems like the true introduction to the series, though the first three books were more like introductions to the characters. We are finally getting started. The book was written great with minor grammar and spelling errors and I am going to continue reading. There was no happy ending, but I am hoping within the next few books there is a tie up and the other books in the series are another plot and not a continuation. I mean I love series, but I think this series is somewhere around 6-8 book [...]

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    6. Observe is the fourth in the Mosaic Chronicles series and it’s the best yet. There were so many things I suspected that were confirmed and so many things I didn’t expect. I found it hard to stop reading when I needed to do other things because I just had to know what would happen next. I highly recommend this book and the whole Mosaic Chronicles series!

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    7. Nicole must surround herself with danger and lies for the sake of future generations! Can Nicole's innate honesty allow her to get through the maze of lies with the fate of the Aretes on her shoulders? Who can she trust in this tangled web? This latest installment of The Mosaic Chronicles brings you further into the plots of the Tarians wicked schemes

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    8. Good h my god, it just keeps getting better with every word. This is an amazingly written story with so much underneath the surface. You think you know every thing, then the rug is jerk from under your feet. Flat if your back and not knowing who to trust or even if you can trust anyone. I love this series Andrea just keeps bringing it. You are so awesome.

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    9. I'm not a fantasy fan but I LOVE this series! The characters are relatable and likeable and the cliffhanger endings leave me on the edge of my seat with suspense. Be sure to read the series in order.

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    10. Nicole is the sole protector of an important elixir to end the curse on the human race. By doing this , she stands to lose the love of her boyfriend. Excellent story that follows along with the other books.

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    11. The story continues with Nicole and Austin. Their romance is finally off the ground and they are able to enjoy each other's company. Nicole got the elixir and put it around her neck for safe keeping. But now every time she touches Austin, Nicole gets violently ill.And she continues to have visits from the old lady in the tree (remember the spiders?) who wants her to become the leader of the Tarians. But to do that, Nicole has to get rid of all the Aretes. With the help of an elderly woman she me [...]

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    12. Lots of things are happening in this part of the story. Nicole begins to feel sick, nauseated and headaches when she is near Austin. It begins with touching & then progress almost the mere thought of him makes her violently ill & she begins to have hallucinations.On Christmas break - she begins "covert-ops", by talking with her parents about the Tarians. She begins to question Rebecca's motives and plans. All this was just the beginning, the action really ramps up its tempo near the end. [...]

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    13. Book 4 – ObserveI received a copy free from the author in exchange for an honest review.Technically, this story could be read alone. But reading all the prior books in the series will fully flesh out a lot of motives and background.After finally hooking up with the college boy who makes her heart and stomach flutter, the elixir Nicole obtained in the previous book turns that emotion into nausea and headaches and nightmarish visions. Undercover, Nicole infiltrates the local chapter of the Taria [...]

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    14. Should not be read ad as a standalone as the book starts where the previous one ended. And Observe ends in a cliffhanger for the next book. If you like fantasy and magic, you will like the Mosaic series. There is violence and the use of magic. Nicole Williams and her best friend Lizzie, head off to college. There they team up with some new friends to stop an ancient enemy. The ability to control the elements is key in their fight. Of course there are magical obstacles and beings in their path so [...]

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    15. This book involves a lot of Nicoles familyA family she desperately wants and needs.Lies, deceit, disgust and uncertainty are the main threads Nicole has to get through in this book, feelings that you want to be wrong about, unbelievably come true. New characters and relationships are formed but many are destroyed. It was nice to see old characters and solve the mysteries surrounding them. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this very well written series. The Author Andrea Pearson has [...]

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    16. Book 4 means WAR. Nicole finds out the spelled book and the spiders and so much more are actually part of a plan by her parents and family. Those were small things, just the beginning. Now she finds out they are at the top of the movement to end Aretes -- to end all magic in humanity, forever. She and Austin are on the outs, but when facing this, she needs all of her connections, all those from her school and even with the Widow from Ohio who played Cello so beautifully. /review/edit [Book 4]

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    17. The Great Ones mess with Nicole and Austin’s relationship. Coolidge is 46 years old and has been teaching at Katon for the last 22 of those. Nicole joins the Tarian to stop them. After final exams, the Tarians have a world summit that reveals the vast extent of the Tarian Empire. Evil people are exposed at last. Nicole’s group go to a different dimension and meet Mrs. Mose’s (from Praxis Novellas) group; learning more information on the Tarians and forging new alliances.

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    18. This series just got weirder and weirder. The whole storyline with her and Austin was OK, but confusing that she would date someone else even though she still loved Austin. Also, her relationship with her family wasn't well flushed out and felt like an addendum. I found I have liked each book in the story less and less but still found the "unknowns" interesting and wanted to know how it would end.

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    19. Excellent book. The story continues to gather like a storm. I was disappointed in part of it, but understood the need for it. To elicit emotions from the story line and characters, is the sign of a good book and a great writer. This series is a must read for anyone enjoying romance, intrigue, betrayal, and mystery.

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    20. I think the story-line is picking up fast and I can't wait till the last one. As Nicole's control increases so does the feel. I felt like I was with her giving her support . I also felt like the worst was yet to come . I wanted to hurry and finish this one this get to the next one. I would have given anything to have a best friend like Lizzie.

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    21. Talk about crazy!! There's was so much more going on in this book that the previous ones. Nicole and her friends are definitely on a wild and exciting ride into the unknown. This one will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole way through.(I received a copy in exchange for my honest review)

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    22. The story was a little slow but I still liked it enough to finish the book. I thought the part about interdimensional travel seemed a little forced and was a little weird. I guess it's just not my style. The book did get better towards the end. I enjoyed it enough that I'm going to read the last book because I want to know how the story ends.

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    23. Hang on to your seats Oh, I cried, laughed, cheered, and got very angry! This series keeps you on your toes, emotionally. Every time you think you've got something figured outBAM!, it totally goes sideways. I'm rooting for Nicole and the gang. Stay tuned!

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    24. As the series continues we find even more twists in Nicoles life as she deals with her family and the ever questionable actions of Rebecca. Great characters keep you turning the pages as Pearson weaves a tale with twists turns and surprises. Great story with characters that keep you guessing.

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    25. I have enjoyed reading this book, has a great storyline. Received FREE for an honest review.

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    26. As I continue reading this series I enjoy it just as much as I did from the first book! Adventure, humor, romance, angst and magic!

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