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Off Track, A Madeline Journey

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2014

    Different, 230 pages free

    This free, 230 page book is first in a series of paranormal, conjoining worlds, novels. There were a lot of left out and added words and commas. This book is about travel from our world to a medival world, filled with magic, gnomes and very different species of humaniod creatures, many bent on fueds, death and destruction. There is quite a bit of cursing and violence in this book. The heroine is very annoying, selfish, hard to get along with, and likes to bait others into arguments. This almost causes the downfall of an entire kingdom. There is death, some magic related, some not. There is a very tame romance. Only one kiss makes an appearance. Paranormal books are my least favorite genre. I came across this book, while reading another series by this author. Since it was free, I decided to give it a try. It seems downright silly and boring to me. I did not enjoy it very much. Magic appears to be the religion of choice. Most of the book is centered on sword and knife training, while Madeline (the heroine) tries to decide which world she prefers to live in. All conversations seem to revolve around this. The ending was rather awful. This book is written in a juvenile style. For ages 14 and up. Not exactly chick lit, just strange, predicitable and boring. Not at all my cup of tea. I doubt I will read other books by this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    Good book...

    It was confusing at times and seemed to drag on at others but I did enjoy the story. I did not like the ending however, otherwise it would have gotten four stars. It is good enough that it made me want to read the next in the series.

    Rlt

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