by Amber Garr
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Furthermore 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tiff2ful More than 1 year ago
Before I started reading this I was going to review each story. After I finished the book I decided that I was just going to review it as a whole and comment on the ones that stood out. After a couple of stories in the beginning I started to lose interest. It was not because they were bad stories it was because they were so short. Usually I like not knowing what's going to happen. Anyways, I stopped reading for a couple of days and came back. I don't know if I just wasn't in the reading mood that that, but when I came back, the stories were awesome. The second half of the book the stories were longer as well. I found myself getting excited and hoping that the stories never ended. I might want to mention I've only read one of the actually books in the anthology. Surprisingly I don't think there were a lot of spoilers in it. I mean I still want to read all the books. :D There was only one that I think was a big spoiler and it was at the end of the book. That being said I loved all the stories. What stories stood out the most. The Sound of love by Karen Amanda Hooper as part of the Kindrily series. Let me say I can't wait to read this series!!!!! Rapture by Stephanie Judice as part of the Saga of the Setti Series. It was very interesting to read and I want to find out more. And My favorite would be The Runaway by David Estes from the Tri-Realms. OH MY GOSH! I need to read The Moon Dwellers like now. Tawni's story left me wanting more. I couldn't stop thinking about it. And the good part is that Snyder has the book and I will be stealing it from her soon. :D Overall: I enjoyed each and every story and recommend it to anyone who likes anthologies. Even people that don't like them, I think will enjoy these. Each stories had a unique message to tell. 3.2 STARS