On Through the Never

On Through the Never In Bridger and Alora found a way to prevent Alora s murder and return her to the century she was born in preserving the timeline and preventing a possibly disastrous future Back in the year

  • Title: On Through the Never
  • Author: Melissa E. Hurst
  • ISBN: 9781510707610
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 2013, Bridger and Alora found a way to prevent Alora s murder and return her to the century she was born in, preserving the timeline and preventing a possibly disastrous future Back in the year 2147, Bridger is following in his father s footsteps by wrapping up his military training at The Academy for Time Travel and Research Alora is adjusting to life in the twenty sIn 2013, Bridger and Alora found a way to prevent Alora s murder and return her to the century she was born in, preserving the timeline and preventing a possibly disastrous future Back in the year 2147, Bridger is following in his father s footsteps by wrapping up his military training at The Academy for Time Travel and Research Alora is adjusting to life in the twenty second century, and learning to master her powers as a Dual Talent, she has the rare and secret ability to bend both space and time But unrest is growing in the North American Federation As the government moves to limit the rights of Purists, people who refuse genetic modifications, violent protests break out At the same time, paranoia and anger about the existence of Dual Talents seems to be growing both among Purists and within the government itself Then a masked Time Bender arrives from the future He insists that war is coming, and only Bridger and Alora can stop it There s just one problem they have no memory of each other.

    One thought on “On Through the Never”

    1. Çevirmen annesi olmanın avantajı henüz yayınlanmamış çeviri okuyabilmektir. Genelde Yaprak çevirilerine kendi göz attıktan sonra gözünden kaçmış bir şey var mı diye bana gönderir. Bu kez öyle olmadı, hamın hamı bir çeviri okudum. En ufak bir düzeltme yapılmamış haliyle. Ve kızım olduğu için söylemiyorum çok iyi iş çıkarmış. Gurur duydum.

    2. I loved the first book and the sequel did not disappoint! I fell even more love with these characters. The pacing is great and so is the story! Pick this duology up for a great intriguing sci-fi. Can't wait to see what else Melissa Hurst will write! <3

    3. DNF at 59%. The first book was great but again, the author regurgitated the beginning of the first book. Unfortunately, she also added another flaw: an overabundance of mythology to the series. When I start having to beg myself to keep reading, that's when I know it's not worth continuing.

    4. i think now i finally get it, when i upsetly questioned the motive behind one character's stupid action. now, i know why i dont understand when a character in a book started to act recklessly out of despair, anger, grief etc and end up ranting about the flawae as readers we didnt get the chance to create the same bond as the characters with what they've lost, so it justifies their action. we only get to see the amputated version of the story, so we dont developed the same emotions as the charact [...]

    5. Thank you Sky Pony Press for the free book to review.Initial thoughts: the ending was so sweet! Im pleasantly content with the way the series.The first 30 pages were a tad unnecessary in my opinion. As soon as the memories are restored, the real story begins (to the contrary of the back cover). This, plus the addition of a few confusing time travel rules, is where the four stars come from. The TWIST and the action in the last 125-150 pages were astounding. This is the book I was hoping for. Over [...]

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