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10 thoughts on “The Burning Island Charlie Cates #3

  1. Debra Debra says:

    Charlotte Charlie Cates is a journalist with supernatural visionsabilities which help her to find missing children both living and dead When she locates a local missing child and reunites him with his family she is thrown into the limelight and gets unwanted media attention She has tried to keep her abilities under wraps but now that her abilities have been made known she is extremely uncomfortable with the interest and attention which she is receiving from the public While the media is outside her home waiting for an interview she decides to take her annual girls’ trip with her best friend RaeThe two women go to the big Island of Hawaii where Charlie will be able to have a working vacation The magazine she writes for has asked her to interview the prominent volcanologist Victor Nakagawa While on the island Charlie learns that Mr Nakagawa's daughter Lise has gone missing six weeks earlier That would explain the visions she has been having about a missing local girl Almost instantly Charlie is drawn to the case and she and her friend Rae decide to take matters into their own hands and attempt to learn the fate of the missing teenThe women get a lot accomplished in a week including interviewing Mr Nakagawa about his study of volcanoes and his iron man trainingparticipation; but they also get to tour the island speak with those in the small town who knew Lise and delve deeper into the teens disappearance It becomes clear that many in this town have secrets some have told lies and there are some who are not willing to face the truthThis book is apparently the last in the series but it worked extremely well as a stand alone novel for me I had no idea there were other books preceding this one As the women experience Hawaii's natural beauty it soon becomes apparent that such a beautiful place hides ugly secrets This book has some twists and turns which move the story along at a nice pace Like Charlie I desperately wanted to know the fate of the missing teen Did she run away? Is she still alive? Did someone harm her? Is someone hiding her? Who knows the truth? I enjoyed how the Author unraveled the truth bit by bit The twists and turns all felt real and nothing came out of left field Everything made sense and nothing felt as if it were thrown in for the shock value There is one revelation in this book that is cringe worthy but even that is handled with care I found that after reading two chapters I didn't want to put this book down I was along with Charlie and Rae as they attempted to gather information and learn the truth I found this book to be a very good mystery on the lighter side By that I mean there are no graphic scenes nothing too disturbing yet there is a feeling of dread and when they go walking in the forest at night the book does take on an atmospheric feel but the book does not feel heavy The main character does have some abilities but they fit naturally in the story and are not over the top Thank you to the publisher and Edelweiss who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my ownRead of my reviews at wwwopenbookpostcom

  2. Mackey Mackey says:

    The Burning Island is a fast paced well written slightly paranormal suspense novel that will knock your socks offCharlotte “Charlie” Cates is a journalist who believes in facts This is why she hasn’t fully accepted the “fact” that she is having vivid dreams and visions of children who need her help After her latest adventure saving a young boy who was near death in the Arizona desert all Charlie wants to do is get away – from the dreams the drama and the press who are hounding her every move When she has the opportunity to travel to Hawai’i for work she takes along her best friend Rae in the hope that she will relax and have some uiet time away Of course that doesn’t happen Of course She’s writing a story about a volcanologist whose daughter happens to be missing Haunting dreams begin appearing to Charlie as soon as she arrives on the Big IslandHester Young has created an eerie atmospheric novel that grabs you on the first page and does not let you go until the very end The story takes you from green sand beaches to the crater of a volcano and into lush dense woods as we follow along with Charlie on her uest to locate the missing girl before it is too late The suspense is palpitating the horror uite real Although there is a touch of paranormal in The Burning Island it is so well written that I never once doubted the believability of the story There are a few surprises but again it was how the story played out and not done for the shock factorThe Burning Island is the third book in the Charlie Cates series but it works very well as a stand alone In fact I didn’t know until I had finished that there were books before this one I’m now the proud owner of those first two books I love the character that Hester Young has created in Charlie and enjoyed her style of writing as well I cannot wait to read Charlie’s story from the beginningThank you to #Edelweiss GP Putnam and Sons and #PenguinBooks for my copy of The Burning Island

  3. Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede says:

    In the third book about journalist Charlie Cates she goes with a gal pal to Hawaii She needs some time away from home after newspapers have gotten to know that she has a supernatural talent; she can find lost children And what better way is there then to accept an interview job on Hawaii? Well she hardly has landed before she got the first dream vision of a child in troubleREAD THE RES TOF THE REVIEW OVER AT FRESH FICTION

  4. Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads) Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads) says:

    35 starsCharlotte Charlie Cates is a journalist with a front page worthy secret  she has dreamsvisions that allow her to find missing children   I have two young daughters Less than five years ago I buried a son I know what it means to lose a child When twelve year old Alex Rocio goes missing near her home in Tucson she doesn't hesitate to hike dangerous Sabino Canyon currently closed to the public with her fiancee Noah I dreamed of a boy's bicycle lying abandoned in a ditch an orange Mongoose Ledge just like in the newscast I dreamed of his Nikes blood red against the mountains' muted greens and brownsI felt his fever I felt his thirst And after years of seeing and feeling things with unsettling accuracy I could not dismiss this dream Charlie and Noah locate Alex and the police scrutinize their motives believing they were possibly part of a child abduction gone wrong While Alex is able to exonerate them of any wrong doing the damage is done  Noah has told the police about Charlie's abilities and an officer digs into her past learning she's helped locate several missing children over the years We've seen it plenty of times these past few years messages about children that come to me in waking dreams Sometimes under their guidance I can make the difference I can stop the little girl in Walmart from leaving with a hovering older man I can break a window and call police when I find the toddler crying in a hot car I can show up at a teenage boy's house pretending to represent a local youth group before he ends his life over a breakup Those are the good days But sometimes my dreams are not enough The journalist is now the front page story and the media is in a frenzy over her psychic abilities and the fact that she has suffered the tragic loss of a child of her ownEager to get away from the scrutiny Charlie and her best friend Rae decide to turn their annual girls' weekend into a week long vacation on the Big Island of Hawai'i With an Outdoor Adventures article due in three weeks Charlie's editor has helpfully given her the name of Victor Nakagawa local winner of the Ironman competition and a volcanologist at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory a perfect person to profile for the magazineIt doesn't take long for Charlie to realize that her editor has ulterior motives Victor Nakagawa's sixteen year old daughter Lise disappeared six weeks agoCharlie wants to distance herself from the abilities that have placed her in the spotlight but it's impossible to turn her back on the missing girl especially after she has a disturbing vision of Lise being watched by someone in the woods There's just one problem My dreams are not always of things past Sometimes they warn of what's coming I spent an entire day wandering through Sabino Canyon because I knew there was a chance that Alex Rocio was alive that he could still be saved What about this girl? What if she's out there too? Charlie and Rae visit with Victor at the observatory and find it strange he doesn't discuss his missing daughter at all Writing about Victor's impressive achivements will be easy but it seems impossible to get information about him that will add a personal layer to the article until he invites the women to have dinner at home with his familyThat's when Charlie learns that Victor has two daughters Lise and Jocelyn and they're twinsCharlie and Rae find themselves caught up in the lives and mysteries of two families on their search for answers about Lise and the answers are as bizarre and convoluted as a soap opera plotI've visited the Big Island several times in the past fifteen years and I loved reading about so many familiar places in this novel While the author has created a fictional BB called Koa House in a fictional area called Kalo Valley every other location mentioned is in fact real and well known to me I enjoyed being swept into a familiar atmosphere that I could vividly pictureThe characters are well developed and the story kept me in suspense because we're given new clues in small doses but I had to suspend my disbelief uite a bit as the story unraveled Charlie and Rae are only on the island for a week and in that short amount of time they're able to gather extremely personal information from people who have gone to a lot of trouble to keep their secrets hidden Also the Big Island especially the small town of Pahoa is a close knit community that isn't going to open up about their residents to a couple haoles on vacation especially when one is a journalistThey conveniently solve the case the night before their return flight to the mainlandThe mystery was entertaining and well executed though some of the secrets revealed didn't feel necessary to the plot but like soap opera twistsI was surprised to learn after reading this that it's actually the final book in a trilogy It worked very well as a stand alone since we're given Charlie's back storyOverall this was an entertaining mystery with an interesting female MC I loved Charlie's back story the atmosphere of the Big Island and the pace of the story was pitch perfect to build suspenseThanks to GP Putnam's Sons and Edelweiss for providing me with a DRC in exchange for my honest review  The Burning Island is scheduled for release on January 22 2019 uotes included are from an advance readers copy and are subject to change upon final publicationFor reviews visit wwwrootsandreadswordpresscom

  5. Marialyce Marialyce says:

    35 imaginative starsCharlie Cates has an amazing ability one that let's her see events that either have occurred or will occur in the future She is a journalist and when her secret ability is outed by her sensing where a young missing boy is and ultimately finding him It is decided that Charlie and her best friend Rae should head off to the big island of Hawaii to get away from the hubbub surrounding Charlie People and reporters are clamoring for how or what Charlie is so they plan an escape from the craziness where Charlie is to interview a well known volcanologistLittle do they realize that Charlie has been set up by her publisher for this scientist just so happens to have a missing daughter The editor is hoping that Charlie will once again use her psychic powers and again draw the media and ultimately create a frenzy for her and her writing Charlie and her friend Rae get pulled into the mystery of the disappeared daughter who also has an identical twin During the vacation Charlie receives many visions and feelings as she seems to be looking through the eyes of perhaps the person who might have done harm to the missing twin This creates a sense of fear and foreboding as she tries to interpret what she sees and feelsNot only does Charlie have to contend with that but the people who surround her especially a mother and her sons who live on the adjacent property to where Charlie is staying have some dark secrets as well one of which may be that one of the sons is the kidnapper perhaps even the murderer of the missing girl Part of a former religious cult the boys and their mother seem a bit sinister and strange very strangeWill the missing teen be founds and if she is is she even alive? While there was uite a bit of action and things going on it was a bit of a mixed bag I did like the story and felt the author did a good job of keeping the suspense going but I did think there was just too many elements of this tale Sometimes an author just wants to incorporate so much that the story can get a bit lost However all in all this was a fine tale of intrigue lies and how the mind of some operate not always in the best interests of anyone but themselves This book is the last book in a trilogy Thank you to Hester Young GP Putnam's Sons and Edelweiss for a copy of this book

  6. Samantha Samantha says:

    I believe I bought the first book in this series in an airport A desperation buy in other words “Psychic detective” I sneered upon reading the publishers’ summary Then I bought it anyway Beggars choosers airports and all thatWhat I ended up with was one of the biggest pleasant surprises in my reading history This is a much smarter funnier and complex series than I ever would have guessed given the seemingly gimmicky premise Each book in the series has been a delight to read and The Burning Island is probably the best of the bunch so far This time Young sends Charlie along with her best friend to Hawaii where a vision of a girl in the woods seemingly in peril intersects with an assignment from Charlie’s day job as a journalist for an outdoor hobby magazineWhat follows is a densely woven compelling and well plotted mystery in which Charlie’s psychic ability is important but not at the forefront of her investigative work I really appreciate how Young uses the psychic visions as a jumping off point and a plot device rather than as the focus of the mysteries she writes It allows readers like me to keep from labeling this as “fantasy” due to a lack of belief in psychic abilities and keeps the solve from being a cheap one only possible for one who sees the futureToss in the sharp witty dialogue likable and interesting characters and some good nuggets of Hawaiian history and atmosphere and Young has another winning installment in this seriesIn fact this book had but a single flaw and said flaw was mostly just hilarious In describing private school students Young mentions “rich kids with expensive iPods” This book was written in 2019 iPods In 2019 Remember iPods? I miss iPodsI received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

  7. Victoria Rodríguez Victoria Rodríguez says:

    It is the first book I read by this talented author she did not disappoint me in the least I plan to read books 1 and 2 soon as I really liked the main character Charlie Cates Miss Cates is dedicated to solving cases sometimes she risks her life to be able to bring justice to the victims of the most corrupt and evil criminals This time Charlie must travel to Hawaii to solve the case of a missing child What she does not know is that she will be involved in a whole network of criminals in which it will not be easy to discover those involved A very entertaining book that captured my interest completely

  8. Kristin (Always With a Book) Kristin (Always With a Book) says:

    Review to come

  9. Rory O& Rory O& says:

    A perfect ending to the trilogy

  10. Susan Susan says:

    Although The Burning Island is the third book in a series with the character Charlie Cates it can be read as a standalone novel I had not been familiar with these books or character prior but it didn't cause any confusion or issue while reading this novel Of course my lens while reading was only from a reader having read the one novel and so I can only speak to the one experience with this character and bookI don't normally go for the psychic finds children trope but the author really made it work in this story Additionally I like that although Charlie was engaged her fiancee and their relationship was not forced into the story It was not needed nor would it have made sense Too many times this mistake is made It is refreshing to see that not happen hereSlow burn mystery that ramps up at the perfect time The main sidekick Rae is a delight She is supportive and kind while still being a real pistol whip The setting of Hawaii is a stroke of genius especially with a February release Without giving away too much about the mystery it is built up over the last third or so of the book with real suspenseful intrigue and well placed jaw dropping pieces of information that lead right up till the gut wrenching endWith this being the first book in the series I read I would definitely say that it hooked me into wanting to back and read the others

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