Parallelogram (Book 3: Seize the Parallel)

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(Book 3 of 4) As Audie continues her struggle to return to the right universe and the right body, meanwhile Halli Markham, her adventurous parallel self, must take over the simple, quiet life Audie left behind. Halli has survived the Arctic, the Amazon, and dangers all over the world--but can she handle high school? More

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Award-winning author Robin Brande is a former trial attorney, entrepreneur, law instructor, yoga teacher, black belt; outdoor adventurer, and certified wilderness medic. She writes fantasy, science fiction, young adult, and romance.

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Review by: Theo Hatch on Dec. 03, 2013 :
Two things about this book that took getting used to was the way Audie told both stories, hers and Halli's. Halli's story she told as if she was looking over her shoulder. This is Audie's story so I guess that is the only way to tell the story. Because you go back and forth between the two stories you have to tell the story the way Robin has told the story. Second is how Audie and Jake act. I know I'm an old man and the book is written to teenage girls so maybe you can't have a teenage girl's book without kissing. I just think it went overboard. Again maybe the target audience would be saying we want more. Enough of that line in the story. This is an awesome third book (not the last) in the series. I have no idea where we are going to end up. I just know this book had to be written to get us there. This book begins to show the difference between Audie and Halli. The author has done a great job is showing the consequences for our actions. If Robin is trying to make a statement with this series, this book is the key in seeing how what we do and what we want has an effect on others in our life. We can’t get around that.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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