My mind is reeling after reading The Witching Elm by C.N. Crawford. It’s a page turner to say the least! A page-turner that ends on a cliff hanger!
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This Crumbling Pageant by Patricia Burroughs packs a punch. It combines so much mythology–Roman, Celtic, Arthurian and Christian–into one story its a wonder how it all fits together. But fit together it does and once the story gets moving it doesn’t let up until the last page is turned. Read the review today.
Traveler is a science fiction mystery novel. Travis (Trav) Becker has the ability to travel between parallel universes and it turns out another version of himself is hunting down the other versions of himself. Of course, the big question is, Why? Sounds complicated, right? Well, it is, but it isn’t. Green has great skill in laying out a complicated plot in a fashion that intrigues you and keeps you wanting to know what’s going to happen next. Even though he introduces several different versions of each of the characters, you can easily follow which version (or versions) you are encountering. Also, the science behind the travel between universes is neatly explained and for someone who isn’t a hardcore science fiction geek (and who loves time travel plots, but is just as easily confused by them), I understood it and was able to easily explain it to my husband.* The only thing I wasn’t keen on were the interludes. The Interludes just seemed to pop up out of no where and did not seem to have a connection with the portion of the book I just finished reading. The Burton Tupper Interlude (page 87) was the most jarring to me. I […]