Streaming Stars: Transcender Trilogy Book 2

Streaming Stars: Transcender Trilogy Book 2

by Vicky Savage


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Eighteen-year-old Jaden Beckett has thirty days to make the ultimate choice about her destiny. Which path will she choose? Her current life with her loving family in Connecticut? An alternate life in an intriguing parallel world with the man she loves? Or the astonishing life of a multi-universe Transcender?

In Streaming Stars, Book 2 of the Transcender Trilogy, Jaden and her mentor, Agent Ralston, of the Inter-Universal Guidance Agency return to Domerica, where she reunites with her mother and her fiancé, Ryder Blackthorn, embarks upon fantastic Transcender adventures in exotic parallel worlds, and narrowly escapes a hit squad of black knights.
In the end, Jaden's decision is anything but simple.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985901929
Publisher: Vicky Savage
Publication date: 01/02/2013
Pages: 426
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)

About the Author

Prior to becoming an author and publisher of young adult fiction, Vicky Savage enjoyed many diverse occupations; flagman on a construction crew, trial lawyer, and healthcare company executive, to name a few. She is currently working on Book 3 of the Transcender Trilogy, as well as collaborating on a screenplay. She lives on the west coast of Florida with her boyishly charming husband, handsome son, and two effervescent dogs. Visit the author at

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Streaming Stars: Transcender Trilogy Book 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Emilydances5678 More than 1 year ago
This book was craaaazy. It was a wonderful continuation of the series. Jaden learns so much more about herself and the choices she'll have to make in this book. Once again, Vicky does a fantastic job at describing details. I can picture everything she describes in the book. It was flawlessly done yet again. Such wonderful writing. I love some of the side characters in this trilogy; particularly in this book. Asher and Ralston were very funny and I have to confess, I think they are my favorite characters in the series. I wasn't really wanting Jaden and Asher to be in a relationship, but I love their friendship. Honestly, Ryder was kind of frustrating to me in this book. Some things that happened made me dislike him at certain points. I did like their relationship, yes, but I wasn't a huge fan of Ryder himself because of the things he did. I was all for Jaden, so I started to get a bit angry at him in her defense :) It has nothing to do with the writing; I think Ryder was meant to be in question during a few particular parts of this book. At the end of the book, Jaden has to make some really tough choices. I was so afraid of what would happen. The book ends in a major cliffhanger so I was very thankful I had the third book.