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- Listening Length: 1 hour and 8 minutes
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- Publisher: Dreamscape Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: July 31, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0749SM63Z
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Vengeance: The Transcend Time Saga Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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So, she goes to see Shannon’s great aunt to figure out how to get Drew back. Well, in the old timeline, Lizzie dies so Drew and Catherine end up getting married. All Chelsea sees from Madam Creepy Guide is that she ends up marrying Drew. So, Chelsea does this little spell to make things turn out the way they did last time. There’s just one little catch that she doesn’t think of – for that to work, Lizzie has to die! I know Chelsea is conceited and self-centered and whiny and so many other things but is she really evil on top of it? Does she really want her best friend DEAD?
Chelsea has made it onto my list of Favorite Characters You Love to Hate! So don’t get me wrong – just because I hate Chelsea doesn’t at all mean I hate the book. I absolutely loved this one (well, not as much as the Lizzie centered ones but still, very much love here!). The writing and narration were excellent. Michelle Madow did a great job creating Chelsea to be such a hate-able character and I loved how Andrea Emmes portrayed Shannon’s creepy great aunt. Gave me chills!
All in all, there isn't too much I can say about Vengeance. This short and sweet novella is crucial to the story despite it's absence of length. (That sounds kind of snarky in my head, but it's not meant to be. I like that it was a novella and not a full length novel. Anything more than what it is would have been too much.)
Vengeance beings when Lizzie leaves Chelsea's house after attempting to apologize for what happened between them and Drew. Chelsea, obviously, is hurt and angry. She is desperate to get Drew to fall back in love with her - much like she was a the end of Remembrance - and she finds her answer through Shannon.
I pity Chelsea and I don't like her. I understand she her feelings, I don't approve of her method of dealing with the situation. Though I imagine part of the reason for this is because I know what is going to happen as a result of her actions.
I'm glad I already had Timeless downloaded on my Kindle because I started it immediately after I finished Vengeance, which only took me about an hour to read.
I want to say more, but I can't without giving away too much plot/detail. However, I urge you not to skip this book if you've read Remembrance and are planning on reading Timeless. Yes, it's only 50-some pages, but it'll give you a little insight into Chelsea's frame of mind and a good read.
The Transcend Time Sage can only get better!
We are left hanging and I'm sure the fall out from actions taken will be EPIC in the 3rd book! I cannot wait to find out what happens with everyone!
In this story, Chelsea hates them both, but mostly Lizzie as Chelsea sees it as her best friend stealing the boy Lizzie knew she liked/loved. She wants revenge. Vengeance.
When Shannon comes to her out of nowhere and tells her that she must come with her to visit someone who will be able to give her what she wants.
Chelsea isn't into the paranormal or magical type stuff, but she decides that since she doesn't have anything to lose, why not?.
What she discovers is something she never expected to be told. Does she believe it? Not really, but she sure wants to.
Chelsea gets told that she too also shared a past life with Drew, and she'll do anything to get back the way it was, and the way it should be again. But at what cost?
I really loved this story of Chelsea's. I find that it's easy to relate to her in this. I felt bad and sorry for her and understood where she was coming from.
If that was me.. I don't know if I can say I would react the same way, but I certainly wouldn't want someone else to have the happiness and life that was mine, and should be again. Is that selfish? Sure, but come on.. it's a natural instinct.
I do believe that there are bits of the story we are missing, and will be left for the final book in this saga. The end of this story just makes you yearn for more and more, and then you realize... "Oh no, it's the end."
I would recommend this short stories to fans of Michelle Madow's Remembrance novel. If you loved that, then you would love this as well, as it gives you insight to Chelsea's thoughts and the reason she feels so betrayed by Lizzie, and rightfully so.