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Time Mends (Timber Wolves Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 646 KB
  • Print Length: 269 pages
  • Publication Date: December 31, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006S2LXZ0
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By S. Young on January 1, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
The second installment in Tammy Blackwell's Timber Wolves trilogy is one word: stunning. I didn't think it possible to love Time Mends even more than Destiny Binds, but add action, political intrigue and mounds of suspense to the witty dialogue and loveable characters and you've got a sure fire winner on your hands.

Time Mends sweeps the reader up into the story just after the shocking events at the end of book one (I'm giving no Alex spoilers away... you'll have to read the book to find out what happens there :-p). I think my favourite thing about book two is Scout's character development. She works through her heartbreak and all the unbelievable discoveries she encounters about herself and the shifter world and matures and changes without losing that innate, sarky, quirky Scout that made her so likeable in book one. Now she's even stronger, more vulnerable but determined not to be, more determined to be determined, and as loyal as ever. The relationships between the magical foursome that is Scout, Charlie, Talley and Jase strengthens in Time Mends and by the end of book two my emotions had been so pressed and pretzeled by them my mouth was left hanging open with another NOOOOOOOO! Where is book three?!! I need it NOW!
The characterization may have been my favourite thing about the Timber Wolves trilogy but the plot and worldbuilding have shot into equal position with Time Mends. It's action-packed, fast-paced, entertaining, addictive and completely intriguing. I was kept guessing throughout the entire book by the many twists and turns and I still have loads of questions. Love it! In fact I loved everything about this book.
Awesome! A rare treat that book two should be even better than the first!
A definite, must read,

Cannot wait for book 3!

Five Massive Massive Stars!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By The Book Runner on January 4, 2012
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What you really want to know is if this book as great as the first one - DEFINITELY!!! You don't want spoilers and you don't want analysis - you want to know if Scout is still amazing, if Alex is in the story and if Talley, Charlie and Jase are mentioned. Yes to all!!! This is a must read!

The theme of this book is "change". Scout's graduation speech is about change. Scout goes through "the Change". Scout's relationships have changed. Change is defined in the story: Change. A verb. To make different.

Blackwell also kept the spirit of Alex alive (so well done!) and continued to give HOPE that he might be still alive (fingers strongly crossed!). This was a personal relief to me.

I highly, highly, highly recommend this author and wait anxiously for fall 2012 for the third installment. If you haven't read Destiny Binds (Timber Wolves), go now and do it! Other books I would recommend similar to this one are: Brightest Kind of Darkness, YA Paranormal Romance (Brightest Kind of Darkness Series, Book #1) by P.T. Michelle, Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls) by Maggie Stiefvater, Dirty Blood by Heather Hildebrand and anything written by Samantha Young Moon Spell (The Tale of Lunarmorte #1).

Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (.99)
Would I read it again? Yes
Would I recommend it to friends? YES!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Corrigan on January 3, 2012
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(cross-posted from the blog Wading Through Electronic Ink)

I was very excited to get my advance review copy of Time Mends, both because it was my first ever ARC and because I loved Destiny Binds so much. And I am glad to say that it did not disappoint.

In Destiny Binds, the heroine Scout finds out that there are werewolves and other kinds of shifters, which is hard enough for anyone to accept. In Time Mends, the stakes are so much higher, and the challenges that Scout faces are even greater. But it is when a person faces adversity that you can find what they are really made of. In her darkest hours, Scout shines as a strong character whom you cannot help but admire.

Did I enjoy it as much as Destiny Binds? It is difficult to say for sure. The book made me laugh and care in the right places. And it stuck with me so much that I had a dream the next night about the characters.

The second installment of any trilogy always has some issues. It's generally the darkest point in the series, and it needs to lead into the third one. After the first one, I observed that I felt like things were more open-ended than I would have preferred. Time Mends ends with a gaping cliffhanger that makes me desperate to find out what happens in book 3.

In terms of negatives, I have promised no spoilers, so I don't want to go into too much detail, but the actions of one of the characters did not sit right with me. I kept waiting for it to be a cunning and elaborate plan, and that might still happen. But even now, thinking about it, I get a little bit of a pit in my stomach. Which is good, in that it demonstrates the emotional power of the book. But also bad in that I dislike having a pitty feeling in my stomach.

So the moral of the story is, go out and buy Time Mends. But, then, since I'm sure you already read Destiny Binds at my recommendation, you don't need me to tell you that any book of Tammy Blackwell's is likely to be a winner.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Goodman on January 3, 2012
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I really liked Destiny Binds, book one in the Timber Wolves series. I adored the humor, the unique voice of Scout, and the beautiful love story. And I didn't hate the love triangle, which is something that usually bothers me in YA books. I've been anxious to see what Tammy Blackwell did next after the heart-wrenching cliffhanger ending of Destiny Binds. This being a YA paranormal book, I thought I knew where things were going.
I couldn't have been more wrong. Time Mends took every convention of the genre and went in completely new and unexpected directions.
It's really hard to give a plot summary without revealing too much, because there are so many surprises and twists. I loved how Blackwell handled all the relationships in the book (Scout and her brother Jase, Charlie, and Talley) and how they were affected by the fallout from the final chapter of Destiny Binds. Also, I thought her portrayal of Scout's healing was moving and realistic, without sacrificing her trademark wit and snarky sense of humor. For the Alex fans out there: I think you'll be surprised, and in the end really moved, by what Blackwell does with his and Scout's story.
This book had more action and drama than the first one, and I loved seeing more of the Shifter world and how it operates. It's a self-published book, and there are some typos and editing errors (hopping/hoping, conscious/conscience mixed up, for example) but as far a story goes, I found it much more compelling and engaging than most of the major publisher YA novels I've read in recent memory.
I'm still reeling from the ending, and I'm worried about all these characters I've come to care about. I can't remember the last time I got teary-eyed over a book, but this one did it to me twice. I really hope Fate Succumbs (book three) will be out as soon as possible.
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