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Bigger (Wishing Well Series Book Two 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 276 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Publication Date: January 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0072QS336
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Rebecca was born and raised in Ohio, but found a new home in the great state of Texas. She's married to the love of her life, and they have three children. Rebecca can be heard complaining about the heat, the bugs, the wind, the humidity, or thanking the powers that be for the chance to live in her almost-perfect paradise. Her current addictions are coffee...horror movies...and staring at her husband's butt when he's not looking. All addictions are subject to change without notice. She also write a series with her daughter..how cool is that?!
She is currently working on the "Around the World in 80 Men" series, which will consist of 80 books telling the story of Morgan Holland, a high end call girl, and the relationships, obstacles and adventures she has with each of her clients.
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Here is why Bigger is better...Better than Marinade- the first in this series.
It is difficult to approach the second part of a series with the same kind of energy while keeping it fresh. The author did this easily, confidently even. The plot line is basically about the characters wish and how this is turned against them by the demon living under the well
this story has a clever experiment with the formula. you will find in the first of the series that you dislike the main characters. they have a kind of charisma that draws you to them, makes you want to dislike them and find out what happens to them. now in this story the characters are not so obvious at first. there is a kind of sympathy play on each of the charcters but as their personal stories become more apparent, in the end it is not so easy to decide whether or not you like them. it is very well written to the point where i found it hard to discern the dislike of the characters from the manipulation of the demon. i love that in a story; where you are left to wonder which way it is. were they basically bad or did they need a helping hand to become evil? did they have it in them or do they need to be introduced to it first?
nice twist at the end too. it looks like another story is set up already.
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I also read the first Marinade and thoroughly enjoyed it. Was looking forward to the next in her sequel and wasn't disappointed. If you liked Marinade you will definitely like Bigger. Not for the faint of heart LOL I like books that keep me interested from the first page to the last and both of her books did that for me. Another great book Rebecca!!
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After reading the first book in the wishing well series, I was definitely ready to start this one. I have to say it was a page turner. I actually enjoyed this one even more than the second. It was an interesting combination of horror and laughter for me. Great job, Rebecca. Can't wait to see what you write next!
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Another great book by a great author! If you haven't read the first one, I highly recommend you do! This second book in the "Wishing Well" series followed flawlessly from where the previous book left off. The demon of the well is back to continue his morphing of wishes to those who he feels deserve to have them granted. With new characters, and a few names you recognize from the first book, this story is every bit as wonderful as the first.

One thing that makes this story exceptional is the twists and turns that occur. You think you know what is happening or what is going to happen but as you read on you soon find that you were way off track. By the time the final "scenes" are played out, you are left with your jaw hitting the floor. The ending is superb as it leaves the reader holding their breath in anticipation for book three to arrive.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes horror that embraces the bloody gore that is the trademark of good horror. Excellent story and I cannot wait for the next book to see what that little demon and his evil plans lead to.
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If you've read Marinade then there is no question you will love Bigger! If you haven't read Marinade you should, but you can still pick up Bigger and not feel like you missed anything. Rebecca weaves the information from the first book seamlessly into the second to make you feel like you have known Daniel for years. You see Daniel is a demon and wishing into his well is something you might want to think twice about, just in case he grants your wish. Hunter didn't think twice before wishing and the ensuing destruction will make you laugh, gross you out and make you think he might have gotten what he asked for, might have. This book is not for children or young adults, but if you like horror, demons, gore and comeuppance then the Wishing Well series is for you! Marinade, some like it spicy some like it sweet and Bigger, is bigger really better? You decide as Rebecca takes you for a "ride" that leaves you "wishing" for another!
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Rebecca Ratliff brings new meaning to the word `irony.' To coin a phrase, be careful what you wish for. Those words couldn't ring more true. This was another page-turner of a book and will keep you glued to it until the very last page. It only took me a few hours. I recommend reading Marinade first, as it is the initial book in the series, however, 'Bigger' can be fully understood when read on its own. The ending is equally tantalizing as it suggests that another book in the series may follow, or will it? Stay tuned to this talented author to find out!
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