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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Feather by Jerry Gerold is a supernatural tale. Feather Wyatt is not your normal teenager. Not only can she see ghosts, but she can also bring the dead back to life. The last day of summer starts out like any normal day. Feather’s best friend brings back a book she borrowed and things take a sinister turn. Tyson, Feather’s cat, is poisoned and a ghost just won't go away. Feather brings Tyson back to life, drawing the attention of an ancient evil. Only Feather can stop the evil and protect everyone around her but this isn’t enough. She has to beat the evil for good and she can only do that with the support of her best friends and ancestors.
Feather by Jerry Gerold makes for a good read, suited to a young adult audience or older. It starts off on the right foot, drawing you into the action almost straight away. The main characters – human, feline and other-worldly – are introduced early on, allowing the story to take off without interruption. The characters are well-developed, easy to relate to and identifiable; you find yourself rooting for Feather all the way through. The plot is good, a unique take in a genre that sometimes seems repetitive, and there is plenty of action to keep you hooked. It isn't a high-action novel but it is steady and there is enough to keep your interest. Ideal for younger paranormal fans who want something a little different and older fans who want an easy, fun read.