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Time Trap: Red Moon trilogy book 1 (Volume 1) Paperback – January 23, 2013
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"Time Trap is amazingly original and unexpected...I loved every second of reading it!" ~~ Alexandra Fedor, 15, who has read The Book Thief, The Hunger Games, andAnna Karenina.
"Time Trap is a deliciously entrapping read you won't want to put down and leaves you thirsting for more when you finish." ~~Angela Catucci, young adult
"I really liked Time Trap and loved how Micah Caida created an entire world in the first pages. I would definitely read more books of this series and really want to know what happens next. I've already recommended it to a friend." ~~Duncan Calem, 14,Georgetown, TX who reads the Inheritance Series, Dark Life and Percy Jackson
"I was totally captivated by every scene in the first book...The imagination of Micah Caida takes the reader on an exhilarating journey...TIME TRAP is originality at its best."
~~Amelia Richard, SingleTitles.com
"Time Trap will be a delight to every reader! All the ingredients you would hope to expect: a strong-willed heroine, a dangerously sexy man, an intriguing setting, and lots of unexpected turns make Time Trap a real page turner." ~~ Lynn Fedor, adult/mom
"I thought Time Trap's unique world was very fresh and very interesting. The history behind the characters gave them good depth and they all had nicely different personalities. Cool characters, cool plot, cool conflict. Nicely paced too, I was never bored." ~~Emily Gifford, 16, read Harry Potter,Green Rider series
"Reading this book is like riding on a roller coaster, getting to the top and not knowing when the next drop is." ~~ Alex Bernier, 12 years old and has also read all of Rick Riordan's books, the Hunger Games, the Chronicles of Nick, and the Rangers Apprentice series.
"Wonderfully written futuristic time travel story that keeps you begging for more. A combo of Lord of the Flies meets Neverland on steroids. I've never read anything like it. Excellent!" ~~Adam, age 28
From the Author
Thank you for reading Time Trap, Book 1 in the new Red Moon Trilogy. Time Return, Book 2 is available and the final book in the trilogy, Time Lock, is also available. Thank you for all the wonderful emails we've received on this series. We're so thrilled that it's been ready by such a wide audience from young to old and both genders. Visit MicahCaida.com to keep up on news and for fun events like scavenger hunts.
If you have a moment I would really appreciate it if you would post a review here on Amazon and/or Goodreads (Micah Caida on Goodreads) and please visit me on Facebook at Micah Caida.
Thank you, Micah Caida
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Aside from a couple too-lengthy background-setting discussions (in the sphere and in the TecKnati Central Tower), the action progresses dramatically, punctuated with unanticipated shocks and dilemmas inevitably increasing the hazards. As a bonus, Time Trap is well edited and proofed except for the annoying use of a hyphen instead of a dash in several places.
I wanted to see how the writers, wrote and told a story.
Very descriptive, they described everyone and everything, which I liked.
The story starts with Rayen running from a beast, I literally felt as though I was suffering her injuries and I really became her. I was immediately pulled in, and wondering who Rayen was and where she came from.
I loved Gabby and well, we all know a Tony in our lives.
I cared about these characters and the others in the other sphere I felt bad for the MystiKs, Mathias at the end.
I have to get the other two books because I want to know what happens.
If the authors had continued to use the first person point of view, I think readers could have been introduced, along with the main character, to the culture and society of the people that she'd encountered.
I didn't finish it.
First, I liked some of the connections between the main characters that helped build their trust in a short amount of time...but, I did not like the innuendos. It wasn't terrible, but the references to the ''hot bodies' or 'nice figures' cheapened the story. There is nothing wrong with noticing muscles or attractiveness, however, the immaturity of using those references really did degrade the relationships. Build the relationships on trust and character rather than their 'hot bodies.' The kiss at the end was also not very appropriate...who would be kissing like that in the few hours they knew each other? Especially at only 17 years old, at least that is not what they should be doing at 17.
Secondly Everything happened too fast. The entire book was only one day. There was enough in that book to cover at least 3-4 days. It would have been nice to have more time taken to really develop each character and the plot more. The story line jumped around quite a bit making it difficult to follow sometimes. Some characters were fairly well developed while others that were supposed to be more than supportive characters were hard to connect with, including the enemy SEOH. It's a great story, keep the development going.
The acronyms were also very confusing and I felt like I was skipping over them because I couldn't connect them to the story.
Other than that, it was a good read. Keep it up, keep it clean, and keep writing! :)
It leaves the reader a bit confused, rather than simply guessing and wanting answers, until well into the middle of the book.
I'd also have to say the synopsis of the book could be so much better to indicate what you're getting into. Because once in the midst of the story...it's really captivating and GOOD. Heck! I even shed a few tears.... Something I RARELY do. And, it was so good that I purchased Book 2.
In sum, it may take a bit to get into the story, but once in, it becomes worthwhile.
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