Publish date: 1997-12-01
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
This story had an exciting beginning and ending but the rest was slow going. The characters kept mentally reflecting on everything and the hero was so stubborn that by the end I didn't like him. I skimmed a lot. Writer Rachel nurses Kell back to health when he washes up on her beach with gunshot ...
I enjoyed re-reading it, but perhaps more for the memory of the time-that-was rather than present day. It was a bit too much of an OTT caricature for me, in a way that Midnight Rainbow wasn't, for all that the two books are similar. Kell Sabin was just that extra bit *more* of everything than Grant,...
Like Neil Gaiman reimagining Stephen King (but funny)Don't judge this book by its opening paragraphs which parody the worst of fantasy fiction; judge it by the rest of the book that skillfully mingles the disappointments of everyday reality with the possibility of escape to another world through the...
After re-reading Midnight Rainbow I decided I needed to re-read this one also. I love Kell and Rachael. Again, I had to make allowances for when it was written, but I really enjoyed it.
Somewhat ridiculous plot - very soap-opera - but the characters and the seriously red-hot chemistry make up for it here. Has one of my all-time favorite love scenes.
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