Wonderful book. It had some editing issues where the words were crammed together and one of the characters name was changed from Chaim to Kyme from the other two books. It confused me a bit, because I thought the we're talking about another person lol.
This was a beautiful story. I almost felt like I was there. I'm glad David finally got through to Harry lol, and was able to forgive Ron. Lastly, he finally met up with his beloved Jenny and a special relative he's never met.
Wonderful story. I do wished it was a bit more clear (like when the introductions were made). I had to re-read it a couple of times because I was a bit confused. Also, it appears to have all the right stuff to be a full-length novel (pretty please?!?!?) I'd be interested in seeing how David adjusts to his "new" life.
This was an awesome book! I'm glad the author didn't take the easy way out and conform the fantasy of Tommy to the "real" Tommy. However, I would love to hear Aunt Jen's "version" of the story. How did she react to being thrust into the " future"? What did she do while she was there? How did she feel when she went back? So many unanswered questions lol.
I really enjoyed this book. I was wondering what ever happened to Bri, and will there be a part 2? What happens when they leave the beach ? What exactly did Helena's father do to Evan? Will they have to spend part time topside and part in Helena's place below grow? Will they be able to start a family? I would love a part 2 to this story.