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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Other Side of Forever Review


Seventeen-year-old Allie Anderson's telekinetic powers are anything but useful--she can't bring her father back, can't stop her mother's downward spiral into alcohol, and can't keep her from falling in love with Ethan Bradley. Loving Ethan is easy, but it comes with a hefty price: Ethan is prohibited by his people from interacting with mortals--because he isn't mortal himself.

When Allie and Ethan's love is discovered, there's someone who will do anything to keep them apart. If Allie can't learn to control her powers and fight to save Ethan, this dark entity will make every attempt to stop her beating heart. And if that happens, not even the energy of an immortal can bring her back.

My Review

This was a great debut novel. Original and engaging with a little (ok a lot) romance, intrigue and mystery. Allie has powers that she can't tell anyone about and feels out of control until Ethan shows up. He's not just any guy though, and she eventually gets his secret out of him. And what a secret it is. Psychic powers and immortality make for a very exciting read that draws you in to the characters lives. Even the peripheral characters are great and make you want to know more about them. Other Side of Forever had a fantastic ending, with just enough question to make readers hope for a sequel!

You can read an excerpt Here

You can buy it on Amazon


Born and raised in Delaware, Shannon Eckrich lives with her husband, two children, and chocolate lab, Chewy. She has always had an interest in the paranormal. Ghosts, angels, vampires, aliens, it doesn't matter, she loves it all. When she's not writing, you can find her consuming young adult novels. When she discovers an awesome book, one that has a huge impact on her, she has a hard time letting it go, even to lend it to a friend.

Along with reading and writing, she enjoys planting flowers with her daughter, going to the beach, or just hanging out with her family.

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