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The Geneva Project: Prequels - The Floating Stone (Short Story) Kindle Edition
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Another fantastic prequel in The Geneva Project from Christina Benjamin!! If I had to sum up this book using just one word it would have to be HOPE. What hope means to different people, the many forms it may take, the incredible things that can happen when it's all you have, and the devastation wrought from losing all of it.
Sparrow and Journey were quite the pair. I loved how different they were, yet how perfect they were together. They just worked. Sparrow's nearly endless amounts of optimism and chatter was heartwarming, especially so considering their stark circumstances. Journey was the more pragmatic, strong and silent type. He may not have expressed himself verbally very often, but he showed Sparrow and all who could see just how much she meant to him in every action that he took. I honestly really liked both of them and their story was quite charming.
If you haven't read any of the other books in The Geneva Chronicles yet, no worries! This book can be read as a standalone, and I am sure that once you read this one you will want to get your hands on the rest of them!
I love reading these prequels because you get to learn about the characters’ shrouded histories. It feels like you’ve been friends for a while and now they’re telling you about their past so you can know and understand them on a deeper level.Cristina Benjamin doesn’t just form friendships character to character, she helps us become friends with her characters as well. This element makes her books so alluring and lovable.
Benjamin delivered a tale full of hope and the promise of friendship. I admired Sparrow’s never wavering belief in a fairy tale about magic. She needed to believe in something amidst the grim reality she faced daily. It took Journey pointing out the truth to her—they were family and had each other. She didn’t need to keep pinning her hope on a myth. A big statement in a small package.
I highly recommend reading the Geneva Project Prequels. They provide a nice history to the series.