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Well, this was quite fun! I really enjoyed the introduction into this globe Barnes has created. I'm a heavy fan of Blacklist, Blindspot and a few other crime shows, especially about FBI, so this is bound to be a amazing series for me as it progresses. (Though I've yet to watch Criminal Minds, which Jae, Sue and Almera are probably frowning upon, but this will be a summer of binge-watching, I'm telling ya!)I think the plot could have been a small thicker? The mystery kept me guessing and I actually had another suspect in mind, but the outcome created sense; most of it at least. The characters and their dynamics are a total sweet spot for me, though! My favorite out of the squad has to be Michael, because he managed to create me laugh and smile and his commentary is simply the best. The rest of the squad is on their method of being super duper amazing too, so I really hope we obtain to know them more as the books go e romance is beautiful subtle regarding the other aspects of the book. I kinda ship Cassie with (view spoiler) but I'm not opposed to the idea of Cassie and [spoilerrr]. I just feel like the latest one is a small trope-y, but it makes sense as to why it would/should/could happen and it probably will happen, so it's prime time I obtain fully on board as well. (Maybe in next book, hah!)As for Cassie, she's a decent main character, though a small lackluster in the "memorable characters" department. The rest of the characters just outshine her a little, I guess. I do like her though! She isn't perfect, but that's not what I'm looking for either. She's bound to create mistakes on her journey of self-discovery (and solving the future cases), but I have a amazing feeling that with the support of her new-found mates she will be just fine on her path. Really intrigued to search out more and can't wait for when I have time to sit down and discover what happens next!Overall rating: 3.5 out of 5.0
Rating: PG13 for violenceSex: kissesLanguage: 8 Lord's name in vainViolence: kidnapping, knifing, shootingHEA or Cliffhanger: the case is I need to read books before this one: noWould I read more of the series: yes!!Wow, this was intense! The pacing was spot on! Did not see that ending coming! This book focuses on Cassie's getting into the program, learning how to be a profiler, and getting to know the team. We learn a small about her childhood, we understand her motivation to support the FBI. She's a teenager with an unusual background, so she's confused and we are a little, too. The other characters aren't as clear, but their stories are in future books. There's also a case to solve. The plot was intricate, the villain well hidden, the romance a nice added touch. The setting was negligible, but it wasn't necessary.
You can't go into The Naturals expecting a chilling serial assassin novel that gets your heart racing in fear, characters that will create you sob for hours, or a perfectly crafted plot. But you can expect a fast and enjoyable read with some mystery and plenty of supporting characters with actual depth.(Bear with me for this incredibly short review, considering it's been a few months since I read this.)You definitely have to suspend some disbelief for this novel, but when you do, I think the idea is fantastic. Cassie has a really cool talent - give her just a few seconds and she can know plenty of info about you that you'd never have shared. I love the method Barnes writes this - it appears logical and factual on Cassie's part, not mystical and magical. This, of course, is a very desirable trait for the FBI, who already have a project started with a few other gifted teens. Though I want we had gotten a better glimpse into the inner workings of the FBI and their investigation, I still say it's a really cool concept, and Barnes certainly writes it e Naturals contains short chapters written in the POV of the serial killer, and this was a amazing addition. Definitely created it creepier and kept me on my toes. This could have been done horribly, but getting a glimpse into the action and the mind of the serial assassin was beautiful cool. I definitely think it could have been even creepier, but that doesn't really fit with the style of the novel. I think I just wanted to be scared. (My mate and I did an entire project on Jefferey Dahmer and Ted Bundy latest year. We watched interviews at midnight in the dark for it. I like the fear, apparently.)We obtain to watch Cassie adjust to living with other teenagers - Michael, who can read her emotions like a book, Sloane, a bit of an oddball who's a whiz with math and statistics, and Dean, a fellow profiler, albeit an angrier one. Romance aside, Cassie's developing relationships with them was fun to see. Everything felt very natural (ha. ha.) and each hero had their own quirks and certainly served a purpose, rather than just being there for decoration like secondary characters in a lot of novels.And, of course, we search two men for potential relationships. I'll tell you that, for the most part, the love triangle didn't annoy me simply because the plot overshadows it most of the time. It's still irritating, though. It always is. I dare you to search me one that doesn't annoy me.Overall: The fact that Barnes was able to completely surprise me with the end of the novel speaks volumes. I enjoyed the concept, the plotline, and the characters immensely. 4 stars.
I thought this was a very engaging book with enough suspense and suspects to hold me guessing. Right up until the huge reveal, I kept changing my mind. That speaks well for this suspense/mystery/thriller because that doesn't happen very often in a head so full of plots and predictions. I liked the characters, who represented a dozens of personality types with their white, black, and gray sides. I liked the concept. No, I didn't really believe the concept could happen, but I was able to suspend disbelief and just have fun the ride. The plot moved quickly and there were no noticeable lulls, but there were some sketchy relationships. That might be due to the fact that these children are all suppose to be masters of deception and detection and thus created themselves really hard to read, or it might be the fact that I smelled a more than awkward love rectangle early in the game. I honestly wasn't bothered by the Anita Blake/Stephanie Plum they are going to pass each other around relationship set-up, but I would have enjoyed a more clear-cut romance. Don't wish to write it myself, though, so I'll take what I can get. I particularly appreciated the fact that Cassie wasn't forced to join the squad and we didn't have to listen to her sullen resentment - it is a breath of new air in the YA genre. She did pull some tern pouting when she didn't obtain her way, but nothing on the scale I expected. Overall, I enjoyed this book, and I think my high school readers will as well, particularly those who have fun watching Criminal Minds or just interesting if implausible teens hunting murders read. Language and situations are appropriate for high school, but as an adult reader of YA, I got a kick out of it as well.
This book was very entertaining, although hardly a very memorable, thought provoking novel. And that's fine, sometimes you just need a light book to read fast.I liked the premise of a group of teenagers with unique profiling abilities like the squad from Criminal Minds, although you'll search that for all the praises and celebration these kids' talents keep through the book, they are not as unbelievable or natural as they seem to be. Maybe that's unfair of me, but when it came to the huge twist at the end, you realize that when it matters they are all beautiful e author tries really hard to make complex characters with dark backgrounds. She succeeds at times, and fails at others. Particularly with Cassie, the protagonist. Cassie has a tragic back story and all the elements to be interesting, but she's not. In fact, I'm tempted to describe it as a clear case of a Mary Sue. As soon as she shows up in the house, the two boys in the squad are of course interested in her, for no clear reason other than she's the protagonist. Then comes the biggest, annoying issue in this book: a love triangle that will clearly drag through the series with constant "I don't know what I want" from our damsel... Who likes love triangles? I search it hard to care in this e twist is very predictable and kind of ridiculous, but at least it opens interesting possibilities for the next book. I won't give up on these children just yet, but I hope we can see more of their abilities place to amazing use and less useless teen drama.
Actual rating: 4.5 starsOriginally posted at [...] The Story Goes...This book is about a group of five teenagers called Naturals by the FBI for their Natural and uncanny abilities the read people, to profile them, or read their emotions, or tell when someone is lying. Recruited by the FBI they keep training to support on Cold Cases but things go horribly array when a assassin starts stalking one of their own! (I am horrible at explaining books!)Let's Talk - Characters -I really loved basically all the characters. I felt like there maybe could have been a small more hero development but overall I really liked them. One thing that surprised me is that I ended up liking both the guys that begin to form the love triangle in this book, I still feel like there's one Cassie obviously likes more(though I could be wrong), but I did like both Micheal and Dean which for me doesn't happen very often. I also really liked that there was no insta love, this hero wasn't jerking around both boys and claiming to love them, she admitted she was confused and tried to stay away from them so as to not damage them. So that was refreshing. I'm really interested in finding out more about Micheal, Lia and Sloane because I feel like we don't know anything about them and I really wish to know more. The Huge Reveal - So of course there's the moment towards the end of the book where the assassin is finally revealed...and I don't know, it didn't feel as shocking as it should have. I mean it was a shock, I had never once considered that person, it never crossed my mind that it would be that person but still, I just didn't feel shocked. That whole part was a small disappointing to me. The Plot - I love mysteries and I feel like that is one genre YA is lacking in(maybe I just haven't been looking hard enough?) and obviously this is a tad unrealistic what with teenagers working with the FBI and all but it didn't feel unrealistic, it was really well written to where not even once did I question why teenagers would be working with the FBI. I also felt the suspense was done really well and like I said I don't think it's simple to figure out who the assassin is which is always a amazing thing in a mystery.Overall - I really enjoyed this book. It was fun and interesting and suspenseful and I can't wait to read the next book!
This book was great. As an adult, that survived fairly extreme abuse, it was believable to see coping skills place to use for the good. I came from a huge family and saw the various skills, shown in the book, that I had witnessed in my siblings and myself. Not to the extent the book portrayed, but still errily close to it.I was able to begin the front door an know within seconds if it was safe to go in the house. I had a brother that provoked the anger and “punishment” as a method to be acknowledged or just to prove he could take it. All of us got beautiful amazing at spotting lies, but I had one sister that would look you dead in the eye and lie about the time of day just because she could. She often used her lying ability to obtain others in problem or just to mess with people.
I think the most welcome surprise about The Naturals is that it turns out NOT to be a teen paranormal novel. Instead Jennifer Lynn Barnes unveils characters that fit more at home in those CSI/FBI-type TV thrillers. For a pleasant swerve, nary a one in the cast boasts "super powers." In The Naturals we strike up an acquaintance with Cassandra Hobbes, a 17-year-old misfit who has an uncanny knack for reading people based on their body ssie is ever haunted by the vicious unsolved murder of her mother five years ago. It's what compels her to jump at the FBI recruiter's offer to join a classified program that trains exceptional teenagers to support resolve unsolved homicides. Cassie's natural aptitude for behavioral analysis, the recruiter informs her, makes her a cinch as a the Naturals academy Cassie meets others of her ilk: Lia, the unscrupulous human lie detector; Sloane, the shy forensics analyst and statistics genius (and, also, Cassie's roommate); Michael, the vexing emotions expert; and Dean, Cassie's fellow troubled profiler. Large chunks of the book track Cassie's acclimation to her fresh environs and trying to obtain a bead on what makes her classmates tick. And, yeah, everyone's got baggage. It's kind of The OC that is being a YA read, of course it's not long before Cassie is corralled into a romantic triangle. Thankfully, the pining and eyelash batting take a backseat to what really drives the narrative. See, Cassie's ulterior motive for signing up rests solely on her obsession with her mother's death. With the FBI, she finally has the resources she requires to uncover the truth about that night five years ago. So what if the children are only ever supposed to lend an help to cold cases from behind-the-scenes? So what if the children aren't ever allowed to visit the actual crime scenes? Today, the FBI is frantically working an active case, pursuing a sly serial assassin at large. And when that serial assassin gets too close to home and compromises Cassie, can she and her contentious classmates effectively pool their talents together?If you'd already clued in to The Team and the Raised by Wolves series, then you know that Jennifer Lynn Barnes can tell a crackerjack story. The Naturals feeds off the equity built up by Barry Lyga's I Hunt Assassins (Jasper Dent) and Dan Wells' I Am Not A Serial Assassin (John Cleaver Books). It's a deep dive into the dark, terrifying corners of human psychology. It's a bit of a creepy read, the interludes that give us a peek into the mind of the serial assassin as he selects and hunts down and closes in on his victims. I'm no expert on behavioral science. I'm relying on Barnes to have done her research and that these Naturals' feats and deductions don't fall too far from what's authentic. I enjoyed reading this one, and I'm on pins and needles for that inevitable sequel. YA mysteries have certainly evolved from those old school Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew/Trixie Belden stories. The Naturals is one more absorbing YA psychological thriller. And, no, I couldn't guess who the serial assassin was. That's a amazing thing.
Nothing is more terrifying than a serial assassin hunting in your back yard. Well, maybe a horde of zombies, but one is more likely than the other. In Jennifer Lynn Barnes' first book of a fresh series, The Naturals, she explores the desperation of the FBI to catch these brutal hunters, even if it means she has to enlist the support of some ssie knows her grandmother loves her, but after her fake-psychic mother was murdered and Cassie was the one to stumble upon the crime scene, living with her grandmother has always left her feeling like an outsider. When she is approached by a boy sent by the FBI to consider entering a unique program of other Naturals, she assumes they are just messing with her. But the offer is real. There is a unique group of children who are Natural profilers, genius statisticians, and human lie detectors who can swing the effect of any investigation. They aren't allowed into the field, but the agents house them in an old mansion and ask them to review cold cases in the hopes of solving previously unsolvable crimes.Michael brings her around to meet the other kids, but while he is welcoming, the others aren't exactly interested in her presence. They all live in a house with pictures of serial assassins on the walls, but that isn't even the strangest thing about the place. Liv can read lies and Sloane is like Rain Man (and a klepto). But mysterious Dean is the unreadable member of the team. The agents wish to ease Cassie into the process, but when a serial assassin starts hunting in the middle of the city, they obtain desperate. The children aren't willing to stay on the sidelines, though, and their meddling gets them, Cassie in particular, the attention of the one person they don't want: the serial e Naturals was my first experience with Barnes, and I have to say it was definitely a amazing one! The story was a nice mix of slightly paranormal (the kids' "natural talents" feel a small like unique abilities) and a crime mystery. The serial assassin is a beautiful creepy twist with unique short chapters between Cassie's chapters where you obtain inside the killer's head. Creeptastic! Barnes did a amazing job of building enough suspense that you couldn't place the story down, and better yet, it seems we will have a sequel to look forward to. The one aspect of the story I struggled with was the boys. Michael and Dean are supposed to be the Cassie Love Triangle, but neither really appealed to me. I was more interested in quirky Liv and Sloane than I was the boys, which created it tough to be too invested in the little amount of romance in the story. But Dean has a promising back story that could obtain e story can be kind of gruesome at times. Basically, if you would allow a child watch Criminal Minds, they could read this book about these serial killers. The house the children live in is a small morbid, but it adds to the creep factor of the whole place. The story was fast-paced and incredibly interesting, so it would be amazing for any reader interested in mysteries or crime writing. I am looking forward to the next story to see what happens to all the Naturals!
Sure, there were no true "super" powers, but Batman always was more my speed... And how did I NOT see the killer?!!?Cassie's like any other traumatized, road intelligent kid: always assessing and waiting for the other shoe to drop, but she takes it one step further as she automatically catalogues the characteristics, behaviour and min info about everyone she meets, getting inside their re, she could be the next scammer on the rise, like her murdered mother before her, but Cassie's too deeply ensconced in the bosom of her newly acquired loud Italian family to be a scheming plotter and so far there's no Clyde to create going Bonnie worth at's e's about to obtain a crash course in how to use her powers for amazing (well.. for the DBI, anyway) and maybe support catch some VERY naughty villains along the e can do e's a riously: amazing book. Perfect plot filled with just enough teen drama to create you roll your eyes, while the hero building makes you wish to smiffle (smile while you sniffle)... If you're the e driving pace of this procedural just kept rushing you along with the tide and you never wanted it to stop twisting you around it's blood smudged small ing the next book NOW!
This camera has more advantages than every spy camera I have tried before. I really liked the fact that it has some intelligent functions like motion detection or loop recording. Very qualitative product.
So far everything is amazing I'm going to use this as a nanny cam in one of the rooms. I just started working again and I'm a small nervous. You can never be to sure. Its beautiful easy to use and looks good. It blends in well we probably have one of actual chargers in every room of the house.
I bought my own SD card to fit in their and it worked. It’s record like any other camera except it’s really hidden.
I was very worried about my children when I was working, because I was not sure how the nanny treated my children in my absence. Ever since I got this camera, I felt so satisfied because I could see what happened when I was away, our nanny even charged her phone on this phone charger camera without knowing this is a camera. very satisfied for my purchase
dislike unable to setup going small bit by instruction. Like once was ready to star up camera capture all information was needed!
Works great. Simple to understand and discreet. I use it to see which of my dogs is getting into my cats meal during the day. Picture quality is clear enough to obtain the job done.
Was a bit scared to order due to so a lot of variations available of this type of hidden camera available, but was very happy with what I received...on video playback, I am getting sound too, which I thought this did not support. Would buy it again. Clear amazing video, and so simple to install and operate. What I like the most is when you unplug from the wall, it still looks just like a USB charger/adapter for 110v, with nothing to give away it's function on the 110v plug side, so truly a hidden camera, even if looked at closely.
I got this item to hold an eye on my hotel rooms while I am out. The picture and sound quality is excellent. The interface is simple, thanks to the double sided USB cable. The method you set the time is a bit strange, but understandable and not one will message it. That is why I say it is just a bit dangerous. Could easily be used for nefarious purposes.
This is such a amazing alternative for your phone when taking lots of pictures and videos. I required a little camera that is lightweight and little enough to slip in my purse and this fits the bill. I purchase this for work since we take lots of images and videos with this, I can just easily remove the memory card for them to copy instead of giving them my phone. The quality is beautiful decent as well as the zoom. I like that it comes with a hand strap so it won't fall easily. This is not a professional camera but it does exactly what I needed.
Lots of features battery seems to latest as most digital cameras. Easy interface. Picture quality is as amazing as most easy cameras. Has digital zoom up to 8x. Nice small camera to carry in a women's purse or a backpack to capture those unexpected moments
There have been times on vacation where I'd like to take pictures, but I don't wish to take my phone for fear of it getting lost or stolen. We haven't gone on vacation since I've purchased this, but I already know this will be amazing for capturing memories so we don't have to miss out.
This camera is little and cute. It is very simple to set up and use. The picture quality is really good. I just love how little it is cause I can just place it in my pocket and take it anywhere with me. This camera came with Li-ion Battery and these are rechargeable. It also comes with a charging cord that you can plug into your computer. Batteries do latest for quite a while before needing to be recharged. For the price you obtain a really neat small camera. I purchased it as a bonus to child and he liked it very much.
I got this camera for my son who loves to take pictures and videos. The camera is super simple to use. Image quality is wonderful. I love that it has various settings like a Youtube and flicker. Lots of stage and weather settings. PERFECT! But dont forget you will need a sim card!
This is simple, very slim, light weight and little camera. Takes amazing pictures. Picture quality is amazing when you take pics outside. It has nice interface and very simple to use and for the price it’s ok. Need to obtain separate SD card as it doesn’t come with one.
Portable camera, very handy. Easily fit into pocket where ever we wish can use. Picture quality is quite good. I am keeping this camera always with me. Value for cash all but robust camera.
This camera has a 18 mp, is better than most camera phones. It's little and lightweight and fits in a pocket. Does both picture and video. It's a nice pocket digital camera.
This camera is little and cute. It is very simple to set up and use. The picture quality is really good. I just love how little it is cause I can just place it in my pocket and take it anywhere with me. This camera came with Li-ion Battery which is rechargeable. It also comes with a charging cord that you can plug into your computer. Batteries do latest for quite a while before needing to be recharged. For the price you obtain a really nice camera.
I required a back up camera since I use my regular camera quite often for my business and it was having some problems. This one fit the bill and was a amazing price also! It takes amazing images and will work out well for my needs. Simple to use.
I purchased this product because of reports of hidden cameras in hotel rooms and I am going on vacation. Well, I did some at home tests, and I can say I am completely happy with this product. At this price point, it is a true deal. First, I tested my home cameras, and the viewer easily found every one, next, I checked all devices and wireless cameras in my house and it found every one. My tip is to turn off your wireless connection and cell phone, begin with the small antenna fully extended and the sensitivity turned all the method up...if it picks something up, to test to search where it is, push the antenna in a notch, and turn down sensitivity as you obtain closer...you will easily be able to fine tune your find by using this method. Practice on something you know is an actual device, and then you obtain the hang of the method it works...this is a cool small device and it really works if you take the time to learn how it works and then hone your skills at finding what you are looking for...
I am very concerned about my privacy, so I took some time to search this detector, when this appear to my eyes, I know this is the one. I have tried all kinds of things, such as WiFi signal, cell phone signal, wireless camera, which can be detected and alarm quickly, I am looking forward to using it when I travel around, and the quality and price also very good.
Debatable The small machine makes a lot of ruckus, but is it actually detecting anything? Who knows. It only flinches At my router, but went absolutely bonkers for an RFC vehicle for 3$ I bought online.
The camera can only detect wireless connection routers. It can't detect cameras that use a wireless connection connection. For you to detect wi-fi cameras, you have to peer through the eye hole and physically scan/eyeball every inch of the house.