- File Size: 5746 KB
- Print Length: 376 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BUOY MEDIA (January 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NH2ZXDG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,417 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The writer spent a lot of passages to describe some characters in the first half only to totally omit them in the rest of the book. I kept waiting it to relate back to the other characters but it didn't happen.
In the end it felt like the writer started something big and didn't have any idea to end the story so the ending was loose and lacking.
This was my first book by Willow Rose.
It’s the first book in a trilogy. I’m not sure I’ll ever read the other two. I might because there were some unanswered events, and it was an interesting story.
The chapters, and there many, time-hop and simultaneously bounce from character to character, which was confusing at first.
It seems like once the times merge, the book loses momentum. It’s more like I was just reading about this stuff instead of being pulled into the story.
I felt a bit like I was on Elm Street at some points. The Umbrella Man doesn’t have the fear factor of Freddy Krueger, but he works for the same company.
I’ll give this more thought before deciding on reading the next book.
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I hope there is another book to follow on from this. I want to know what comes next and what happened in the town after everything. I can't say more than that otherwise it will be into spoiler territory.
I will be keeping an eye out to see if there is a book 2 because it would be the only explanation for why the book ended as it did. Too many...."but what happened to...? " type of questions left in my head after turning the last page.
It all starts with a murder on a small town. A young girl wakes up and is scared when everything she knows is not the same her life has turned upside down. Things are happening in her town and a journalist, a blind girl and her dad are the ones to help. Or can they?
I would highly recommended this book. Can't wait to read the next one in the trilogy.
Initially I got this book because it was free but as soon as I finished it I paid for the next one.
A brilliant idea, a brilliant book. The subject is different. Do we dream about other planes, other worlds, do we exist in more than one world, is there a difference between the real world and the world of dreams do we belong in different places at the same time, which world is the real world?
The stuff dreams are made of. An easy 5 star rating
I love the way, what seems to be a separate story, eventually ties into the solving of her mysteries so the reader never feels cheated! I've read all Willow Rose's books apart from the 'Wolf Boy Chronicles' and after reading 'Song for a Gypsy' I am more keen than ever to get stuck into those!
Oh, and I mustn't forget her new book, due out soon (March 2017)
Content wise, the book is suspenseful but not overly horrific or scary and shouldn’t leave you with sleepless nights.
There are two intertwining story's with lots of twists and turns. A real page turner.