Beyond The Blue, The Blue Series Volume 2, Part 1

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
The War begins in two worlds. David must learn to survive in the Underworld; a dark domain created by God to destroy and absorb damned human souls. Chased by the Ruler of Nine, trapped in a Hell he once only dreamt about, David will either adapt and evolve, or become another harvested soul for the collection. Dillon questions the Divine and his place in the Living World without his brother. More

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About Josephine Dillon

"We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.” —Ernest Hemingway

12/2/14 Wow, Keya Jay, what an amazing, thoughtful, analytical review of my series and Blue Flame...I am blown away by your wonderful description of my characters and the plot progression in the final book and my series too - thank you so much!! Made my day :)

My Email: jdillon2003@msn.com Please write me a message if you want, I'd love to hear from you.

Bio: As a novice writer, I wrote the first three books from The Blue Series during the years 2006 through 2009. I wrote Into The Blue over a six month period in 2012 and have recently finished Back To Blue, Volume 5 a few months ago. I am currently writing the seventh book in the series if you count Beyond The Blue as two books.

I grew up in Oceanside, California, attended and survived Vista High School, and did attempt twice in one lonely summer, to drown at Oceanside Beach. I desperately wanted to be a boy as a child and teenager and envied my two brothers for their gender. I was considered a loner, didn't have any friends, so I created the story as a means of escape. It worked most of the time and I have to admit, it kept me out of trouble.

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Reviews

Review by: José Amores on March 02, 2013 :
(Review for the complete "The Blue" series until book four)

I'm not really into the 'teen angst drama' type of stories, and it took me a while to download and read this series. It become quite a pleasant surprise the excellent quality of the writing and the superb ingenuity of the plot.
This is no "Twilight". The story actually evolves and its characters grow, make mistakes and become lovable, despicable, surprising, etc. Sometimes even all the prior at the same time.
"The Blue" it's not a teen story, despite the age of the main characters. It is at most a young adult series, not because of the so called "adult situations" portrayed along the series, but mainly because of the depth of some situations that those characters face.
The biggest challenge of this series is not the sex between the characters (the few instances of it) but the way as religion and mythology are interwoven and displayed.
"The Blue" is one of those series that you should not miss, and the biggest reason for read it is that from book to book the story get better, bigger and, best of all, more relevant.
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Review by: José Amores on March 02, 2013 :
(Review for the complete "The Blue" series until book four)

I'm not really into the 'teen angst drama' type of stories, and it took me a while to download and read this series. It become quite a pleasant surprise the excellent quality of the writing and the superb ingenuity of the plot.
This is no "Twilight". The story actually evolves and its characters grow, make mistakes and become lovable, despicable, surprising, etc. Sometimes even all the prior at the same time.
"The Blue" it's not a teen story, despite the age of the main characters. It is at most a young adult series, not because of the so called "adult situations" portrayed along the series, but mainly because of the depth of some situations that those characters face.
The biggest challenge of this series is not the sex between the characters (the few instances of it) but the way as religion and mythology are interwoven and displayed.
"The Blue" is one of those series that you should not miss, and the biggest reason for read it is that from book to book the story get better, bigger and, best of all, more relevant.
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Review by: Rick Petrey on Oct. 11, 2012 :
still good still reading
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Review by: Brea Nicole Bond on Aug. 09, 2012 :
At the end of the first volume of The Blue Series, Josephine Dillon promised readers a closer look at Hell; the author's take on the Underworld, however, defies all preconceived notions of fire and brimstone. In the first half of "Beyond the Blue," the second lengthy installment of the series, Hell is occupied by all manner of fantasy creatures (many of them strongly reminiscent of Tolkein or Jordan), witches, vampires, flesh-eating zombies...even a Kung Fu master!

And who better to face them all than witty punk hero David Smith? With his usual charisma and dark charm, David scraps his way through the levels of Hell, always with the Dark Lord at his heels. Meanwhile, angelic Dillon Smith remains on earth, still grappling with the sudden death of his beloved older brother. To make matters worse, his soul is now also desired by the Dark Lord. Somehow, Dillon's experiences navigating the halls of high school and the host of demonic forces that plague him there are every bit as harrowing as his brother's parallel journey through Hell.

The imagination behind this novel is astounding; Josephine Dillon transitions from one nightmare to the next at a dizzying pace, often with graphic, skin-crawling detail and ALWAYS with a strong sense of humor and a quick wit. One word of warning to readers, though: do not attempt to read this book without first tackling Volume 1 "Under the Blue," as the author offers little in the way of back story. Instead, "Beyond the Blue" begins as a direct continuation of the story, albeit with an increased pace and a new tilt toward epic-style fantasy. That caution aside, prepare to become absorbed in the visual feast of The Blue Series!
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Review by: jon bayliss on June 09, 2012 :
Book 2 it is getting better all the time, I did not think Josephine Dillon could improve but she has. The story line is tighter and the flow is faster. It is very difficult to put this book down.
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