Come Find Me Two Years Ago... Six words that propel ice-hockey-playing tomboy, Arizona, into an alternate dimension. She suddenly finds herself living the life of a glamorous cheerleader. She finds herself transported from her happy life with her dad to living with the mother she hates. ... show more
Come Find Me Two Years Ago... Six words that propel ice-hockey-playing tomboy, Arizona, into an alternate dimension. She suddenly finds herself living the life of a glamorous cheerleader. She finds herself transported from her happy life with her dad to living with the mother she hates. Everyone knows her as Arizona Darley, but she isn't. She is Arizona Stevens. As she struggles to find answers she is certain of two things -- that her mother is somehow responsible, and that she wants to go back home to her real life. That's until she meets Kellan... PORTAL is the first book of the Portal Chronicles.
Publish date: January 23rd 2010
Publisher: Imogen Rose
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
Series: Portal Chronicles (#1)
Beschreibung Arizona lebt bei ihrem Vater und ist ein richtiger Wildfang. Am liebsten verbringt sie ihre Freizeit mit Eishockey spielen doch plötzlich wird sie in eine andere Zeit, eine andere Dimension geschleudert in der alles ganz anders ist. Ihr Leben steht völlig Kopf denn auf einmal ist si...
Like most novels, I went into Portal completely blind. From the prologue I had assumed that I would love the novel to death, that I would read the story and instantly be in love. While I’m not sure if it met those expectations, I will admit that the prologue definitely sparked my interest. It starts...
This was an interesting story. There were a lot of things I didn't like about it, but overall it was different. Not sure if I'll read the 2nd one. It seems to revolve more around the mom and I absolutely cannot stand her. She's suppose to be this genius-type person, but all I see is whiny, needy, co...
I bought this book because it was very cheap for the Kindle, and it has a time travel/alternate reality theme. It is intended for young adults, so perhaps I was expecting too much from it, but I thought it was very badly written. The teenage heroine bounces around her life texting her friends and se...
I have to admit I'm astonished at the number of high reviews for this book. Where to begin? While I found the premise of this book initially interesting, I couldn't help but be disappointed in this book for numerous reasons. The dialogue was painful at times, I'm not sure the author had a good handl...
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