Atlantis

Atlantis Elliott is a mystery For Lilly he is an obsession No matter what she does Lilly can t figure Elliott out From the time Elliott moves in next door Lilly can sense he is hiding something For reasons

  • Title: Atlantis
  • Author: LisaGraves
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Elliott is a mystery For Lilly, he is an obsession.No matter what she does, Lilly can t figure Elliott out From the time Elliott moves in next door, Lilly can sense he is hiding something For reasons unbeknownst to Lilly, Elliott avoids being seen with her Whenever anyone else comes into the picture, Elliott randomly disappears And Lilly is confused Elliott is like aElliott is a mystery For Lilly, he is an obsession.No matter what she does, Lilly can t figure Elliott out From the time Elliott moves in next door, Lilly can sense he is hiding something For reasons unbeknownst to Lilly, Elliott avoids being seen with her Whenever anyone else comes into the picture, Elliott randomly disappears And Lilly is confused Elliott is like a magnet Lilly finds herself attracted to him in a way she can t explain It s like she s known him forever even though they just met.When answers start to be revealed, will Lilly be able to handle the reality of her world changing forever When it turns out Elliott and Lilly are soul mates that became separated in Italy nearly three hundred years ago, Lilly will need to learn how to tap into her mind power in order to be with Elliott forever Unfortunately, its not that simple.

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    1. "Atlantis" is a memorable, almost poetic, tale of mystery perfection in what seems to be main character Lilly's obsession with finding an "enigmatic", other-worldly love named Elliott. Or is that all there is to author Lisa Graves's story?The pace never lets up, swinging back and forth hypnotically between the supernatural search for Elliott and Lilly's very real world--one complete with offbeat friends Charlotte and Nicholas and a cat named "Theory". This allows Graves to turn what may seem lik [...]

    2. It was a well written post on Facebook that got me interested in reading this one. I think its a bit challenging for me to properly review chic lit. Since its not a genre I spend a lot of time reading. But this story has merits that stretch across several themes. Early on in the piece when Lilly sees a face in the mirror of her bathroom the little hairs on the back of my neck stood up. There are definitely elements of suspense and certainly a compelling mystery that drives this romantic drama al [...]

    3. It has been about 3 weeks since I finished this book. I wasn't going to write a review but even now it still bothers me the way it ended. The begining of the book was good. It had me wanting to know what would happen. When I got to the end it was just disapointing. It left me completely confused. I know now that there is another book to follow this one. I won't be reading it. I don't want to be let down again.

    4. I started this book with an open mind since I don't read much YA. I'm really glad I did give it a try--I loved the paranormal idea behind the book and Graves does a great job putting the reader in Lilly's shoes. She has a way with her words and the first person point of view really works well. There was only one thing I wasn't too sure about at the end, but I found out the author is planning two more books in the series and sincerely hope my question is answered. Great job Lisa Graves!

    5. Different kind of premise, and I think it was well done. But Astral Projection apparently isn't my cup of tea. Still, very few errors, so I found it a quick read.

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