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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Two Seeings by Jacqueline Smith is a work of fiction in the paranormal, interpersonal drama, and adventure subgenres. It is best suited for the general adult reading audiences. In this charming, witty, and endearing paranormal drama, we follow the events of Morag MacAuley, a woman who seems to be cursed wherever she goes and by whoever she meets. As Morag explores her past lives and a mysterious gift that allows a guiding (but sometimes deeply interfering) voice into her head, she is all the more determined to get to the root of her issues. Will her bizarre dreams and the many ghosts of her past ever make sense?
Author Jacqueline Smith has crafted a highly enjoyable work that seamlessly blends paranormal elements into a speculative and believable drama about influences from other planes, past and present, living and beyond. One of the standout features for me was the work that Smith puts into character and dialogue, as Morag leaps off the page immediately and inserts herself into your life like a lifelong friend who is dying to tell you her business. This is instantly warming and opens the gates to getting to know so many other people that Morag meets (or experiences again from past lives) on her journey. I found the dialogue work was especially helpful in distinguishing these different characters as well as moving the plot forward smoothly. Fans of metaphysical work mixed with witty modern drama are sure to adore The Two Seeings, and I would highly recommend it as an engrossing novel that’s sure to put a smile on your face.