- File Size: 477 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: K. Loren Wilson (August 24, 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009268ZVE
- Source: I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
- Rating: 4.5/5
She has no idea she was born in another universe.
Strange perceptions trouble artist Hannah Fleischer, but she’s found happiness in her engagement to a police detective. She has no idea that she was brought to California as a child from a parallel world where history has taken a dangerously different course.
Then the link between the two universes reactivates unexpectedly. While a secret security team struggles to prevent an intruder from carrying out a deadly agenda, cascading events thrust Hannah, unprepared, into the center of a crisis that could destroy both her worlds.
Although I don't think that the blurb is exact to the story, it only really looks at a tiny piece instead of the overall picture, but that didn't stop the story from being awesome.
I really enjoyed the concept of mixed universes. I liked Hannah and the world that she's thrown into and how she discovers she was smuggled as a little kid. That's really cool, in a strange multi-verse kinda way.
I loved the creativity that it took to deal with the concept multiple plains of existence and the realistic way that she was able to spin them.
This is a great read for sci-fi/fantasy readers!
USA TODAY bestselling novelist Jackie Diamond Hyman, who writes as Jacqueline Diamond, has sold more than ninety novels. They include mysteries, romantic suspense, romantic comedies, Regency romances, horror and fantasy.
Jackie is a former Associated Press reporter based in Los Angeles. She also wrote a TV column and theater articles for AP, interviewing such celebrities as Lily Tomlin, Jimmy Smits, Michael Caine, Ellen DeGeneres, LeVar Burton, Patrick Stewart and Donald Sutherland.
The Orange County, California, resident has won a Romantic Times career achievement award and a Thomas Watson Foundation fellowship, and is a two-time Rita finalist.
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