- File Size: 9805 KB
- Print Length: 594 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing (September 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NO9ZAPE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,521,159 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Worlds Between Kindle Edition
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Haunting Zoe by Sherry D. Ficklin: This companion novella is the start of Losing Logan (a must-read book) told in Logan's POV. I really liked the extra insight inside of his head and thoroughly enjoyed the added thoughts and feelings. 5* because duh, its Logan Although I read this after the full book I think reading Haunting Zoe first would give you a great introductory insight into the characters and plot the author had created
The Mind's Eye by K.C. Finn: This is the first I have read from this author but I can tell you right now it sure as hell won't be the last!!! A girl with a telepathic gift finds a boy clinging to his last hope during the war-torn climate of 1940s Europe. We are soon whisked into a world full of love, loss, war, death, suspense and a super cool power to enter someone else's mind. This book covers many different concepts and flows nicely through a surprise-filled plot. I loved the idea of what Kim was capable of doing and I loved reading about her journey to working up the strength to stand and use her legs again. A book I would recommend to all!!
Reluctant Guardian by Melissa J. Cunningham: This book explores the idea of suicide; what could possibly drive you to such circumstances, how it effects those you leave behind and where you go afterwards. The author created her own version of afterlifewith parallels to our won world that captivated me. The idea that this could be happening without us knowing it; that when you shiver, it is the dead walking through you or when you have an urge to do something it is a guardian speaking into your ear... I loved it!!The relationship between the two leading roles just flows through the pages, at first it was fun to read and as we got on a bit, it did get a bit cheesy at very occasional moments. Then just as we think things are folding together again, Melissa hits us with something evil that quite a lot of authors seem to like throwing at us... A cliff hanger :) Can't wait to re-enter this world the author has created in book two.
Kindling Flames by Julie Wetzel : This is the one book that I have yet to read but from the sound of the blurb and look of the cover I can’t wait to be introduced to yet another captivating plot!
Aftershock (An Aftermath Novella) by Sandy Goldsworthy: While I knew to expect a short story, I this really is a short one! Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoyed the insight into how the main characters first met and more pages in Ben's head. Maybe Sandy will decide to write some more about Ben and Elizabeth's previous life as well as their future ones. I can also admit to reading book one before this prequel novella but this could again still be a great introduction into the world.