You Think You Can't See Me

Book 3 of The Obscure Series

Fiction - Paranormal
302 Pages
Reviewed on 01/11/2024
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

You Think You Can't See Me is a work of fiction in the paranormal adventure, suspense, and interpersonal drama subgenres, and it forms the third novel of The Obscure Series. The work is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Penned by author Charlotte Woodland, this unique story is a captivating exploration of the complexities of human connection, enhanced by the brilliant concept of cosmic sunglasses that unlock extraordinary powers. While the novel is designed as a sequel, you can jump right into the adventure to see Frank and Felicity use their unique set of skills to save others in need, whilst also watching newcomers to the story world have their first experiences with BAM!, a truly mind-bending revelation. For fans of the existing plot, Woodland deftly continues the philosophical journey, delving into the lives of a unique group with cosmic enhancements.

Author Charlotte Woodland has crafted another imaginative and immersive experience in paranormal adventure, merging detective work, cosmic powers, and the intricate dynamics of familial and friendly ties. Woodland's narrative prowess shines as she weaves together the threads of each character's experience, providing both continuity for series enthusiasts and a well-crafted introduction for newcomers. The close narration around familiar characters allows us to see new challenges testing their mettle, and I felt very attached to those capable figures even when new vulnerabilities come to light that they have to overcome to save others. The philosophical underpinnings of the narrative really make you think about the nature of power, relationships, and the consequences of exceptional abilities. I often found myself wondering what I’d do in these tricky, tense situations. Woodland navigates complex themes with ease, and the plot is well-paced to offer new excitement all the time, but never overwhelms the reader. Overall, You Think You Can't See Me is highly recommended for fans of paranormal adventure in a plot packed with cosmic intrigue, human connections, and the unexpected consequences of extraordinary abilities.


I have read all three books Charlotte has written. The books are equally intriguing. I spent every minute I could getting back to reading about what comes next. The suspense was real. The good vs evil thread with the positive energy and outcomes , left me curious, happy and satisfied.