The Island on the Edge of Forever

The Island on the Edge of Forever

by Andrew M. Crusoe

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BN ID: 2940156840977
Publisher: Aravinda Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2015
Series: The Epic of Aravinda , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 310
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

As a citizen of Earth, Andrew is primarily interested in growth, in all ways. To this end, he writes Mythic Sci-Fi with a heart.

His debut novel, “The Truth Beyond the Sky,” is the first book in the Epic of Aravinda, an award-nominated science fiction series that draws inspiration from around the globe, including eastern mythology, sacred geometry, and the Ra Material. Since its release, the novel has garnered a multitude of glowing reviews, received write-ups on pro-reviewer websites, been professionally produced as a audiobook, and featured on Utah Public Radio for predicting gravity waves years before they were officially detected.

And thanks to reader support, the series continues with “The Island on the Edge of Forever,” inspired by Andrew's adventures on the strange trails of Hawai?i, followed by the out-of-body adventure “The Mirage on the Brink of Oblivion,” available now.

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The Island on the Edge of Forever 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Alliesopinions More than 1 year ago
One thing I really enjoyed about this book over the first was that Zahn took a back seat to the story and we really got to know more about Asha. However, I really liked Zahn in the first book but not so much in this one. He seemed like a bit of a brat. He was rash and inconsiderate. Asha on the other hand really grew as a character in this book. Although, I feel very distant from her and Mira as a reader. This book felt like more introspection than anything. I understand that the books are based on a sense of oneness but I felt like that theme really overtook the story. The actual story felt like it was backseat to the “Law of One” message. This set me back a little on enjoying the tale. I felt like the action of the story was dulled and a bit anti-climatic when it shouldn’t of been. That’s really a shame because this story has a lot of really awesome elements. The technology is still awesome. The world building continues to impress. We even get an insight into the Vakragha mind. Which, I’ll admit, was a very nice addition to the narrative. I would like to see more of that in the future. To see my full review, check out my blog AlliesOpinions on wordpress!