The Broken Window

The Broken Window

by Christa J. Kinde
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enter the Threshold Series once again! In a small-town setting, Prissie Pomeroy's view of life isn't so small anymore. Knowing she can see Heaven's angels has been quite earth-shattering. Until now, she has met many angels,from her Guardian, to the "exchange student" Koji. However, until now she has only seen Heaven's Faithful. In The Broken Window, Prissie begins to see the Fallen as well. Granted, the Faithful tell her to "Fear not",but that's not as easy as it might seeem. And there's that something she's supposed to remember,but can't seem to pinpoint what it is. The Broken Window by Christa Kinde is a fast paced book that will keep you turning page after page. Read it carefully though; you wouldn't want to miss an important detail. I love meeting the characters again,and seeing them develope even further. We also have been able to see Prissie mature throughout the series. In The Broken Window, she matures enough to really care and want to help her angelic friends. Christa Kinde has done another marvelous job in writing The Broken Window. I look forward to the conclusion of the Threshold Series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. Was this where I left off? Yes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the best book ever and who ever hasnt read it has to read it
LuminAgricola More than 1 year ago
The third book in the Threshold series continues the story of 14-year-old Prissie Pomeroy and the angels and demons around West Edinton. The Fallen are becoming more aggressive in their assaults, and Prissie is seeing more and more of the spiritual battles that have always been taking place around her town. Is there something special about West Edinton? Why are so many Grafted angels concentrated there? And why won't the annoying Ransom Pavlos leave Prissie alone? As with the other books in the series, 'The Broken Window' will be most thoroughly enjoyed by Christian tween- and teenaged readers. But an imaginative setting, engaging characterisation, and excellent writing make it worth reading for anyone who appreciates fantasy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Broken Window Prissie Pomeroy is a girl with a special gift. She can see angels. And this gift has let her do some incredible things. “I don’t remember anything like this there,” she murmured, tentatively reaching out to touch the melodic light. He watched her exploration without comment, which Prissie took as permission to continue. Color slipped through her fingers like nothing she’d ever encountered - softer then silk, lighter then air. It tickled across her skin like a breeze, and brought a smile to her face. Finally, she asked, “What is all this?” Milo’s eyebrows lifted slightly, “My wings.” But even if the incredible things are good, her gift has let her see and hear about things that she would much rather not know about. She asked, “Are we the only ones here?” The captain explained, “These four spend the most time with you.” That made sense, and when she nodded, Jedrick continued, “I cannot say if you have come to know us because you are in danger, or if you are in danger because you have come to know us. Either way, the threat is real, for Adin seems to have singled you out.” “And he’s a demon?” “He has set himself against God,” Jedrick confirmed. And a battle with demons is closer to her house then she could ever have imagined. And the angels still don’t know where Ephron (an angel captured by demons) is. And Prissie may be in more danger then she thinks she is. “Allow me,” offered and all-too-familiar voice. Prissie’s head jerked up, and she stared in shock into Adin’s handsome face. He stood tall and proud, dressed in a neatly tailored suit and draped in a luxurious black cloak. “Quickly,” he urged, holding out his gloved hand with a serene smile. But even if Adin is pretty good at acting like an angel, Prissie knows better. And she spots something that is very wrong. “Your wings,” she gasped. For an instant, his expression hardened, but Adin rallied, “Never mind that. Come with me. I know someplace safe.” Scooting backwards in the snow, Prissie choked out a weak, “No!” But, just in time, Prissie is rescued by Tamaes. She is terribly frightened, but a few days later, something amazing happens. “Where am I?” “With me,” the voice replied, “I never expected to find you in dreams.” “Y-you know who I am?” “Yes, Prissie. I know you,” he replied. She could hear a smile in his tone, but she wasn’t ready to trust. “Do I know you?” she asked nervously. “No,” he sighed, “We have never met, but you are Koji’s precious friend. He often speaks of you.” Prissie had no idea how she knew, but the epiphany was dazzling. Stretching out her hand, she attentively whispered, “Ephron?” The Broken Window is an amazing book, and it is the third book in the Threshold series. If you loved the other two books in this series, this one won’t disappoint you! It’s one of my top-favorite books. I think it is written for all ages. ~Savannah P.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book repeatedly brought me to tears, both of joy and sadness, and it was so worth it.♥
Jesslyn More than 1 year ago
This book was more suspenseful than the others in this series. Great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Broken Window was just as good as all the rest in the Threshold series! If I was the author, I might have changed a few things at the end of the book, but other than that, it was great! If you liked the other Threshold books, I’m sure you’ll like this one just as much.
soleilB More than 1 year ago
The Broken Window is the third book in the Threshold series, and when Prissie Pomeroy's hometown is under attack by fallen angels there is only so much anyone can do. The attacks are many, and when Prissie is surrounded by it all she is overwhelmed by what she sees. The evil is closer than she wants it to be, but there are many who are ready at a moments notice to protect her.  Will Prissie be able to give her fears over to God? ...A storm is brewing, but no one can stop what is about to happen. Will those who Prissie love most be hurt by the ones who wish her harm?  The excitement hasn't stopped! I really enjoyed The Broken Window, it was fun to read, and I was happy to know what happened next. The Broken Window didn't let me down. I just love all of the characters, Prissie and the angels: Baird, Kester, Koji, Milo, Tamaes, and the many others. They all have their great personalities, making them a wonderful team. I think that this may be my favorite book in the series, but number four is pretty close. :) So, are you wanting to read a great and exciting book? Go on over and find yourself a copy of The Broken Window. You won't be disappointed! Overall I would rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is her best book yet! I read it in a week. Once I started to read it I just couldn't put it down! Im counting down the days till the 4th book comes out!