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Silverwood (The House Next Door Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I love these novels. They are a paradise of speculation for the perils of our tomorrows to come. I prefer not to create spoilers when reviewing a novel from my own perspective, but rather speak of the effect it has on me. These stories of the Silverwood are so intricate and the author has created a masterful work to feed the fantasies of those of us who enjoy getting lost in a novel. I certainly have and will look forward to reading the third book.
I like that this book leaves you with a bit of a puzzle. First you have Mr. Lestrange who exists in this other “reality” but doesn’t somehow. I’m looking forward to finding out just who he really is. Second, you have the puzzle of what Hoshi (Mathew’s mother) was working on in her lab. Third, what is the actual illness she has and will she recover? Fourth, is the “simulator” in Mr. Lestrange’s house really a time machine or a type of interactive film? Finally, if Mathew’s father is indeed dead then who was he and what was he working on?
Talk about amping up the brain with intrigue. I’m basically chomping at the bit to find the answers to all my questions.
Silverwood is a gripping read - highly recommended!