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Nt where instead of a benefit it became a detriment The ending feels rushed and I would have illed for world building The romance feels a bit rushed as well though with the circumstances it s easier to understand if you don t expect to live very long you re probably going to approach relationships a little intenselyThe only other uibble I have and this IS minor but I now it s a pet peeve for many readers like myself the head hopping Bet s story is in first person present with occasional hops to other characters in third person It just feels a bit off I would still solidly recommend this book and I would have no trouble picking up another of Barbara Hancock s books It s my hope that she branches out into longer form stories because she clearly has a great imagination and I should like to read of it Creepy but oh so good Had a zombie like feel but the Shadows are soul less shells of the humans they used to be Nge at night Never talk to Shadows Don’t fight the Sweepers Run Run Run Now that they’ve taken my little brother Douglas I’ve realized I’ve only been surviving for him I have two choices Follow him or lie down and die I can’t just uit after years of struggle I wouldn’t now how if I tried Determination is all I have left And then I meet him He claims to be a rogue.
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New to audible and didn t realize was in the romance category and was annoyed there was sex than story More like 45 Excellent work building The story just sucks you in The sense of malevolence is done very well and the tension never let s up This is another case where I wish I could give half stars as well Ghost in the Machine is a solid 35 but not uite enough to make 4 stars for meThe imagined world of Ghost in the Machine really caught my reading attention It was a breath of fresh air after all the OMG Zombies books that seem to have flood the post apocalyptic market lately and is genuinely creepy The heroine Bet is a solid character and Hancock has done a very good job at building her in only 88 pages In fact my primary complaint and what Only a Whisper kept me from really loving the story is that I really wish Hancock had made this a full length novel There were plenty of times as a reader where I wanted MORE to the poi. Rule number one Run from the Shadows Unless onenows the secret that will save you A Cybershock StoryI live in a world of waifs and shadows Live might be an overstatement I scrounge and scramble and survive in an atmosphere made thick and gray by the ashes of the Fallen And sometimes I dream of sunlight My parents were taken even though they followed all the rules Never scave.
Et has remained out of their reach and Copper Lake Secrets knows no other life other than this bleak existence and always living in constant fear Now her younger brother has been snatched and she is determined to save him Gabriel so clich comes to her rescue He vows to help her save her brother and fight the evil entity that has sucked the life from humanity Not sure whether to trust him Bet takes a chance and gives her heart and soul over to him Gabriel renews his resolve and they fight together not only for themselves but for what remains of the world he oncenew Initially I had a little issue with the narrative switching back and forth I wasn t uite sure whose thoughts I was reading Once I realized what the author was doing I got it and it added to the eeriness of the book I would have liked a detailed ending all was resolved a little too uickly for me However the epilogue was a burst of sunshine glowing through the dismal ash. Who can help me find my brother It’s got to be a lie But I don’t run I stop I listen And I make a deal with a Shadow even though I Brooklyn's Song know it will mean the death of me Never talk to Shadows But no one ever told me what would happen if Iissed one Warning May cause fantasies of forbidden isses from dark heroes who balance on the edge of evil Where shadows wait and ashes fall.
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