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Red-Line: The Shift (Volume One) Kindle Edition
|Length: 344 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Red-Line... Hmm where do I begin?
J.T had me hooked from the very first sentence of this novel and I was completely consumed from there on in. I was super excited and anxious and fluttery throughout the entire book, wondering constantly what was going to happen next. I had a gut feeling about the "bad guy" and it turns out I could be right, but I'm just not entirely sure yet. It's just one of those feelings, ya know? J.T did an outstanding job of making her characters likable and real...well.. As real as they can be *wink wink*
OKAY, but seriously, I loved the main characters; Hannah, Ramsey, Leroy, Declan, and Sarah. They're fun and flirty and relatable (again, as much as they can be- you'll get it when you read it!).
Declan and Ramsey have this tension and banter that just makes me chuckle, and I laughed out loud on more than one occasion.
This book is different from many others I've read, in that everything that happens in this novel could, hypothetically, happen in a real life setting- minus some of the extraterrestrial stuff.
I highly suggest this book- it's is easily one of my favorites of 2016, and my number 1 favorite Sci-Fi of all time!
BOOK DESCRIPTION: (16+ - some mild language and sexual references - not graphic)
REVIEWER: KYLIE EASON - ReadersReviewRoom.com
RATING: GOLD BOOKWORM (5 stars) --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
J. T. loves stories that explore character's unique abilities and origins. What if extraterrestrials did walk among us? It's a theme she finds intriguing and provides a wealth of inspiration for her books. Drama, angst, passion, and humor all add to the fun. A little bit of romance doesn't hurt either.
J. T. loves to spend time with family and friends, traveling whenever she can, and spending time in nature (despite the heat in Texas). Getting up in the morning with a cup of coffee, ready to write is the start of a perfect day.
- Publication Date : October 26, 2014
- File Size : 1952 KB
- Print Length : 344 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 0692320083
- ASIN : B00OO8ZGT4
- Publisher : J. T. Bishop; 1st Edition (October 26, 2014)
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #229,437 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The story first introduces Sarah who seems to be an ordinary girl with some bad luck. But, you quickly learn that she's not human and is about to go through a "shift" that occurs to all members of her species. The shift itself would be fairly simple if it weren't for the fact that some people with dark intentions want her and will do anything it takes to claim her.
Here's a really interesting point about this book: approximately 85% of it takes place in one house. This occurred to me near the end of the novel and I'm impressed that the author was able to hold my attention given that. The characters drive the story and they're well-developed. I found myself cheering for all of them in different ways, loving the banter between the brothers, and hoping the little romance blossoms as the series continues.
The narration style is third-person omniscient, which isn't my favorite, especially when thoughts from two characters are shared in the same paragraph. However, the author makes it work and I never questioned to which character a thought related.
Since the main part of the conflict wasn't resolved by the end, I'll definitely be looking for the next volume in this series. Very curious to see what happens.
I was drawn in from the beginning and stayed in through the end. The characters and dialogue are worthy of a Taratino film: at times witty and humorous, sometimes exciting, sometimes slow...but always building (and usually building to something cool.)
It's sci-fi, but on the light side so it's great even if you aren't really a sci-fi fan.
Can't wait for the rest of the series from this up and coming author!
Top reviews from other countries
The events that take place with Sarah are strange but well described and draw you in completely.
The other characters are integral to the story and bring you along as it proceeds.
The start was a little confusing and 'alien', but soon develops at a faster pace and keeps you interested.
Can't wait to see what happens with Sarah and Ramsay.