Hindsight by Melanie Casey

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September 2013, no. 354
Estelle Tang reviews 'Hindsight' by Melanie Casey

Hindsight

by Melanie Casey

Pantera Press, $29.99 pb, 368 pp, 9781921997204

Hindsight by Melanie Casey

Reviewed by
September 2013, no. 354

Cass Lehman keeps to herself – her mother and grandmother tell other residents of sleepy Jewel Bay that she is agoraphobic. Her real reason for staying in her house for the past nine years is that she has a terrifying kind of ‘retrocognition’: if Cass passes over a place where someone has died, she experiences their death. And death, as it turns out, is everywhere: on the street, at newly renovated pharmacies, and in teenagers’ trysting spots. The daughter and granddaughter of women who also have paranormal gifts, Cass has long believed she, and others, will be safer if she remains a recluse. But now, ‘on the wrong side of twenty-five’, she wants to experience more of life.

Estelle Tang reviews 'Hindsight' by Melanie Casey

Hindsight

by Melanie Casey

Pantera Press, $29.99 pb, 368 pp, 9781921997204

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