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Rabbit in the Road
Learn more about us here. When she finally gets to the point where she can no longer prevent this man from stalking her, the book suddenly dissolves into a bloody, free for all.
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It was just too violent and unnecessary--as was the horrible language used in the last chapter of the book. Oct 27, Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves: Also posted to Jen in Bookland This story started off interesting, but then never followed through. The main character is super lame and just runs constantly. She never stops to try and fight and get free or anything. Slowly she starts trying to figure things out, but she is really weak even though she has super powers.
The story really confused me at points as Bevie was just didn't make sense. She would just go with Ray without a thought. Like yes, I am here with my boyfriend and it is a special Also posted to Jen in Bookland This story started off interesting, but then never followed through. Like yes, I am here with my boyfriend and it is a special night, Ray shows up so oh well - I will just leave boyfriend cause It didn't really make sense.
Like she is supposed to love these people and she just drops them instantly to go with this guy who she doesn't even like or trust to do who knows what. She doesn't even want to know what Ray is doing, but she is willing to be used whenever he calls. It was really frustrating. Then when she gets back from helping Ray she just leaves these guys and never looks back. Nothing really gets explained very well either. It was all really quick and I wish there would have been more info.
Like the church she goes to. Those people were kind of crazy scary, but she just runs out and saves the one girl hopefully. She left her at the hospital so maybe no one would get her then that was it from them. It just felt like if this would have been a longer book it could have been a really great story. Instead the authors decided on a shorter book and just left out most of the story Most of the new ones are just long books trying to fit into fewer pages which doesn't work.
The ending was also confusing to me. I mean I get what happened, but I am still a little unsure why. I read the last chapters a few times and I still don't get why. Overall if it would been longer and more developed I think the story would have been really interesting.
As it is I felt like the plot wasn't developed as well as it could have been and so it felt a bit jumbled and like parts were missing. I'm on a kick to read a ton of ebooks this year because it's all about being read, right? And sometimes, these off-the-road authors are more interesting than the "block-buster" authors.
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This is a story about finding your soul mate - only, when this character finds her soul mate, it's not necessarily a good thing. In fact, it could get her killed. It's a cross-genre morsel dipped into paranormal and sprinkled, very lightly, with a soft coating of romantic. And there's a rather gory aftertaste.
The plot was different, the format was different and yet, it somehow worked as a whole. The writing is choppy and a bit elementary. The story makes giant leaps forward, but the authors do a good job of slowing things down a bit to assess the emotional damage along the way. I wouldn't read it again, but I'm glad I have it a go.
Jan 22, Grace Snoke rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The book immediately introduces you to Beverly, a record store clerk with a love of singing, who is enjoying her life and her time with her boyfriend in a small town in the s. Until things go awry. Enter the antagonist Ray. In less than a day her world turns upside down.
The people she knew, the people she loved, she had to run away from to keep them safe. She'd move cities, change her name, change her appearance, but Ray catches up. The book is fast paced with well developed characters full The book immediately introduces you to Beverly, a record store clerk with a love of singing, who is enjoying her life and her time with her boyfriend in a small town in the s. The book is fast paced with well developed characters full of grit and emotion.
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It tells the story in the only way it can be told: The descriptions put you in the scene and you turn the page eager to know what happens next in each encounter. And the ending will surprise you but I won't spoil it. Entire review can be read here: May 09, Kim Guldi rated it did not like it. I did not like this book at all, and I hate that because I really wanted to like it. It was not easy to read. The language was foul and frivolous, detracting from a really good story.
I actually had to re-read the last two chapters because the first time through, the language was so offensive and prolific that I skimmed it, trying to find the storyline without burning my eyes out. I missed it entirely.
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The second time through, although I understood what was happening, the WHY it was happening wa I did not like this book at all, and I hate that because I really wanted to like it. The second time through, although I understood what was happening, the WHY it was happening was completely lost on me. I'm still not sure WHY the ending came together the way it did because the final chapter was written in such a strange offhanded way, as if the reader had no right to be inside the main character's head anymore. After investing my time, and burning my eyes out for this story, I was slightly offended to be tossed away like that.
Jan 06, Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: First amazing first book, these two truly are the key that unlocks each others talent! I got this book as a free one during a promo For my Kindle, but let me assure you it is worth paying for. It is a story of 2 folks meeting on a subway, and from there Beverly's life is never the same.
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Imagine meeting that one person in your life that has the key to open up the most amazing abilities you may have, That when you're with them you just feel completely together, but you just know that you can't trust them, And imagine spending your life running from the person that you just met by chance, With just a few words turned your life completely upside down.
Get ready to go on a incredible journey! And when that journey comes close to the end you are going to sit there in AWE don't miss this book. Apr 14, Joseph Gagnon rated it it was amazing Shelves: If I wasn't ever concerned about getting on a subway anywhere, I am now. What a creepy way to slam us into some action. Potts and Campbell create an atmosphere of excitement and confusion. This is the beginning of the mystery which will take us through the book, leaving us forever unsure of what's going on.
Read more and add your own commentary at R. Following the greatest betrayal she has known, Kilgour bears her bruises in captivating fashion. Throughout the heartache, she is unafraid to lean on her support system to regain her confidence, and in doing so reassures others going through similar strife. Rachael Kilgour's new album Rabbit in the Road releases 3 March Nate Chinen's treatise on the subject of jazz in the 21 st century, Playing Changes , is erudite, passionate, and downright inspiring.
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