Book Review: Impact by Steven Whibley

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 12 and up

Sorry for the lack of book reviews the past two weeks. I just got back from vacation and needless to say, I read a bunch of books while on vacation. Do keep an eye out for a steady stream of reviews in the coming days!

Impact is very well-written. The characters are all extraordinary in their own way. I think my favorite character was Colin because he had a very optimistic outlook regardless of the situation.

This book was an ARC, courtesy of NetGalley. I learned that this book is part of a series and I would really like to read the other two books that are part of this series!



Dean has a gift. Or a curse. He really doesn’t know yet.

Dean has the ability to see death. Well, not really death itself. The way it works is that, if Dean touches someone, he can see when they are going to die. Twenty-four hours before a person’s death, Dean has a vision of them dying. So basically, he has 24 hours to save a person’s life.

The only people who know that Dean has this gift are: his friends Colin and Lisa, his mentor Archer, and a bunch of other people around the world who have the same gift as Dean.

This time, Dean has seen something big. People all over the world with Dean’s gift have seen it too. About a hundred people will die in the next 24 hours unless Dean and the others can do something to stop it from occurring.

While Dean is investigating this vision, he finds out that something even bigger is at play. Something that could endanger the lives of many, many others.

Will Dean be able to prevent this catastrophe?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Impact: (The Dean Curse Chronicles: Book 3)


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