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Top Customer Reviews
Kam is a fun heroine with realistic reactions to being thrown into a strange land. And Reese is an ideal hero. Strong and commanding, he's also vulnerable. He's attracted to Kam even though her touch causes him physical pain he shouldn't be able to feel.
Illusionary is a tight, well-paced story that gets better and better. There's good foreshadowing and and a climax that gutted me.
I would have liked to have had a bit more detail of the story world.
I really hope we get to return to Ur!
It is a whimsical adventure full of delightful magical aspects! The characters are extraordinary and the story is absolutely captivating!
This book has earned a spot at the very top of my "Read Annually" list.
Unique, Engaging, Humorous, Creative, Magical---Brilliant!!!
I mean, this book starts out cute and funny (and Kam is a pretty funny heroine throughout, by the way.) Then the parallel world escapades begin. I'll confess that it took me a while to catch up with the romance, as I didn't enter as quickly or deeply into "the feelings" as the heroine and hero did. And my overall interest waned a tad through some of the traveling and in-between parts.
But the story would stop me in my tracks in places, sometimes with a single, spoken word. "Heal." "Hope."
"But hope...now that's a mighty thing," Kamryn says. You've got that right, sister! And before and after a crucial twist, this story presents an assortment of other wonderfully woven themes: growing up and innocence, grief and illness and regret, finding out who you really are and what you're capable of. True bravery!
It's a fantasy tale like The Chronicles of Narnia in that it'll speak to you on multiple levels if you have the ears to hear it—but whether you go to those other levels or not, it's still a darn good adventure.
And I'll have you all know, I had to push past imminent tears to even write this review. Good grief, Desiree Williams...
I received an advance review copy of this book from the author for an honest review.
The characters were well written and you really just enjoy them. I don't want to be too Spoliery. But they way they cross over (You'll understand at the end) Was AMAZING. I honestly Didn't see it coming at all. Or the ending for the fact. I was crying a good 15% of the last part of the book.
The Visuals for the scenes and Ur was amazing. GAH. The storyline guys. THE STORYLINE. Oh my gosh. I loved it. I read 3/4 of this book in one sitting. I couldn't put it down and kept telling myself one more chapter, one more, and then I finished.
I loved the Christian and GOD aspect. I was thinking during the book that maybe, that was who the character was, and I was glad I was right. (For those that aren't religious, I promise it isn't overbearing in the book, you will still enjoy it!)
If you get a chance to read this book please please please do. You won't regret it!
The Author gave me a copy but I choose to write a review. This Review is completely honest and is my own opinions of the book
One thing that I don't think I fully appreciated the first time around was the Oracle and a certain scene with Kam and Reese. Those scenes so strongly encouraged me and helped me want to strive to truly be a battle buddy for others. It also made me thankful that the Lord is always with us, even in what feels like our darkest hour.
For those who love urban fantasy with a mix of humor, I still hands down recommend Illusionary. It's a beautiful and thought-provoking story. Plus, the romance was just awesome (and definitely made me cry at the end).
Don't miss out on this one, fantasy readers!
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