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Thursday, March 27, 2014

#Book #Reviews: Love Beyond Time, XO and Neti the Yeti Saves His Mountain



For me, one of the appealing features of this book is its time travel. It was exciting to see how the characters from two worlds met. I like how the conversation was written to particularly show how different folks converse using their own language. It was easy to see who was talking and from what era that character is. Nicely done!

However, I didn’t favor some scenes because they were a bit steamy for my tastes. When it comes to that, I prefer things to be hinted at. But as I said this is an interesting love story that’s best for adults who like reading romance books with a time travel adventure.

Note: I’ve received this for free and have written my honest opinion about it.




I think some middle-graders, especially boys, will find this a nice read. The story carries a lesson on requiring less but getting more in return through a collaborative effort in saving Neti’s mountain.

Note: I’ve received this for free and have written my honest opinion about it.



An Interactive Novel

Its touch on the paranormal was interesting—featuring two complete strangers of different cultures finding themselves involved in a mystical connection. The mental tie is tinged with a hopeful prayer for survival. It
was nice to observe the characters and see how some of them were intricately connected despite the barriers of cultures, language or race.

There were some paragraphs that were thrown in to provide related information, but I felt a bit lost while reading the material. I hope the info was introduced in a different manner to make a reader feel that the tale is a complete whole—one that blends its facts in nicely without any obtrusion from its actual story.

Note: I’ve received this for free and have written my honest opinion about it.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for introducing me to these books. I do like time travel stories.

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  2. You're welcome, Medeia! Thanks for dropping by!

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