Chasing Mercy

Chasing Mercy OverviewThe summer after graduation SHOULD have been the most exciting time of Mercy s life InsteadOn the way to an exciting overseas trip she barely survives an accident that kills the rest of her f

  • Title: Chasing Mercy
  • Author: Stacy Claflin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Nook
  • OverviewThe summer after graduation SHOULD have been the most exciting time of Mercy s life.InsteadOn the way to an exciting overseas trip, she barely survives an accident that kills the rest of her family As soon as she s released from the hospital, a creepy hooded figure with black skinny jeans begins to chase her.At home, Mercy experiences other ghostly encounters.OverviewThe summer after graduation SHOULD have been the most exciting time of Mercy s life.InsteadOn the way to an exciting overseas trip, she barely survives an accident that kills the rest of her family As soon as she s released from the hospital, a creepy hooded figure with black skinny jeans begins to chase her.At home, Mercy experiences other ghostly encounters Kit, her neighbor who happens to run a paranormal blog, thinks that her brush with death has made her sensitive to life on the other side She discovers what the hooded figure is hiding and decides to try and stop him regardless of the danger.

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    1. Stacy Claflin

      Stacy Claflin writes about complex women overcoming incredible odds Whether it s her Gone trilogy of psychological thrillers, her ongoing Transformed paranormal saga, or her Seaside Hunters sweet romance series, Stacy s three dimensional heroines shine through Decades after she wrote her first stories on construction paper and years after typing on an inherited green screen computer that weighed half a ton, Stacy realized her dream of becoming a full time author When she s not busy writing or educating her kids from home, Stacy enjoys watching TV shows like Supernatural, Pretty Little Liars, and Once Upon a Time Join Stacy s newsletter to get free books stacyclaflin newsletter

    945 thoughts on “Chasing Mercy”

    1. I loved it!! Suddenly I am liking paranormal a littleThe summer after graduation should have been the most exciting time of Mercy’s life. Right? I mean the first sentence gets you right in the heart. The first 3 chapters were really emotional and raw. I totally loved the book. It is not my usual read, but I think it was what I would call a ghost story, well, no the ghost is sort of purgatory, so maybe a romance with a sub plot of paranormal. I think I may need to create a new genre LOL.Instead [...]


    2. *A thanks to Story Cartel for providing this book in exchange for an honest review*With the good reviews and the interesting synopsis I had started this book with an open mind expecting to be shocked, thrilled and perhaps a little bit scared to be reading this in the middle of the night. I was none of the above. It started out well enough. The story began with decent writing and a good introduction to the character. Mercy wakes up from an accident in which the rest of her family has perished and [...]


    3. I'm juggling between three to three point five.Okay, let me tell you one thing. I knew. (view spoiler)[Right from the moment she said she went home. (hide spoiler)] I knew. The ending got me smiling because I knew. I knew it. And Kit, fridge. I hate that I knew. Because the ending. Well, the few pages before the ending. Okay, the writing is a little annoying at times. It's not even a big deal. It was good, actually. Maybe it's just me, like on million other occasions.The characters well, the sis [...]


    4. I received a free ARC of this book from Story Cartel in exchange for this review.Who you gonna call? This book was a cross between Ghostbusters (1, not 2) and the Ghost Whisperer. The title character, Mercy, was the sole survivor in a car accident that killed the rest of her family. Along the way, she meets Kit, a boy who comes from a family of ghost whisperers (although that term isn't used in the book). Together, they try to outwit a ghost she names Creepy, who tries to steal her dad's soul. I [...]


    5. I received this book from Story Cartel in exchange for a fair and honest review.One thing you can guarantee with a Stacy Claflin book is that even when you read the synopsis, you won't know what story you are getting until you read it. She manages to put twist or unique take on each and every book of hers that I had read and Chasing Mercy is no different. The best thing for me is that the first thought that I had about the storyline was proved to be correct but the journey that took me through t [...]


    6. The summer that Mercy graduated from high school was marred when her family was killed in a tragic auto accident. Then, at their funeral, Mercy sees a mysterious figure in black that no one else can apparently see. Later, she meets her new neighbor, Kit, who does a blog about paranormal phenomena. Together they try to understand what Mercy has seen.Chasing Mercy by Stacy Claflin is a fast-paced paranormal fantasy that keeps the reader guessing from the first page to the last. Some of the dialogu [...]


    7. After thinking about it a few days I am changing my review a bit. I had given it a 3.5 star. But one thing has stayed with me. The romance. I liked the questioning on it. I liked the I'm still figuring things out feel. So I am adding a star. The fact that it has stayed with me and has me thinking about it days later is a good indication that I invested more in the characters than I thought. Original review:I wish we could give half stars. This is actually a 3.5 star book. I liked it but figured [...]


    8. I received an early review copy in exchange for an honest review. After reading the summary of the story I was happy to be able to have a copy and escape myself into another life. The life of Mercy. I enjoyed this book very much. It was interesting from the first page all the way to the end. I didn't find any parts that dragged or left me bored. The plot kept me wanting to read more to find out what was going to happen and I never expected the ending! So now of course I am impatient that I have [...]


    9. This was a quick read. It was very interesting. I liked how the author dove right into the plot instead of waiting a couple chapters for things to get good. I loved Mercy and Kit's relationship throughout the whole book. The fact that the author kept me on edge through it is one reason why I'm giving this 5 stars. Another reason is a shocking ending. I can most of the time predict an ending to a book I read but this one I couldn't and it caught me off guard. I can't wait for the second book!


    10. Mercy wakes up at the hospital and goes to her family's funeral, after surviving a car wreck that took both her parents and two sisters on their way to vacation. She becomes aware of a presence that starts following her and chases her to the burial. She ditches the presence and makes it home where her Grandma is not doing very well, but she doesn't talk to Mercy, she is almost deaf. She meets her new neighbor boy who is a ghost hunter who has yet to see a ghost.or has he?


    11. I got this book in exchange for a reviewWell this was book I really liked. It offered a lot of dynamics, and is a good read. Especially for a long weekend or a trip. I didn't see any errors in it. And as I have been out of HS and College for years plus my mom died years ago I really did not think it would entertain me so well. I will not be putting it on my shelf to read again for those reasons, but I would highly recommend this book to others.


    12. A nice story and well-written. I particularly liked the development of Mercy and Kit's friendship throughout the book. They seemed very real, believable characters. It's a story that will keep you guessing as to the outcome. A quick read that would appeal to teenagers and anyone else young at heart with an interest in paranormal novels. I enjoyed reading it and intend to read more of the author's books.


    13. I liked this book but I didn't love it. I figured it out fairly quickly. I did like the characters a lot. The story was okay for me. I would like to see where it goes from here so I will read the next book in the series, (investment in the characters). I think it will appeal to a lot of YA readers.


    14. I usually don't like very much this kind of paranormal, but Chasing Mercy was a surprise. I really enjoyed the reading, and even if I have to admit that I figured out how it was going to end quite early, this didn't take away anything from the pleasure of reading the story. The pace is good, not too slow and not to fast, and it left me the desire to read more about the characters.


    15. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is the first time I have read this author. It was well written, a great story line. Good first book to start a series. I enjoyed reading as Kit and Mercy's friendship developed. An ending you do not expect. If you like a good paranormal read, this is for you.


    16. This book is nice to read, the main characters are interesting but it is nothing special. Except for the end. There is a twist and I honestly didn't see it coming. Because of the twist, which I really liked, I am giving this 3 stars instead of 2,5.



    17. A fast paced young paranormal romance covering grief, true friendship and letting go. Kind of figured out what direction it was going half way thru. Was able to complete it in a few hours.


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