Someday It Will Be
Someday It Will Be by S.A. McAuley If you loved Lessons Learned (Assassin-Shifters 19) by Sandrine Gasq-Dion and The Host: A Novel by Stephenie Meyer then you will not be able to put down this absolute treat! Poe is about to learn death and time are fragile barriers—if he has the strength of... show more
Someday It Will Be by S.A. McAuley
If you loved Lessons Learned (Assassin-Shifters 19) by Sandrine Gasq-Dion and The Host: A Novel by Stephenie Meyer then you will not be able to put down this absolute treat!
Poe is about to learn death and time are fragile barriers—if he has the strength of will to let go.
Poe passes through a graffiti-laden alley, his chin tucked into his chest, a scarf wrapped tightly over his mouth to keep out the cold. He has nowhere to go since Isaac's death, but something compels him out in the frigid Chicago winter.
He steps out of the alley, off the curb, and…into sand. In summertime. Isaac told him it would happen but Poe doesn't care how it's possible, only that now he has a chance to make everything right.
About the Author:
Sam sleeps little, reads a lot. Happiest in a foreign country. Twitchy when not mentally in motion. Send her a picture and a song and she's bound to write a story about it. And yes, that's an invitation.
Publish date: October 25th 2013
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Pages no: 69
Edition language: English
I absolutely adore stories about time travel and getting a second chance. But this one missed the mark for me.The writing was just too confusing for me. And what really bothered me were the flashbacks. I finally got what this story was actually about when it ended. I was confused for the rest of the...
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I think if there's one emotion that showcases both the strength and weakness in humanity, it's our capacity to regret. To stand at a precipice and look back at that very pivotal point in our past, and just think: what if.What if I was stronger? Smarter? More level-headed? More practical?What if? Wha...
One word. Beautiful!Thanks to Bev who recommended this book to me. It really was a beautiful read.
4 surreal and loving stars.****Review posted 23, 2014A surreal, dreamlike yet beautiful transition from a graffiti-laden, cold and snowy alley somewhere in Chicago......to a sandy and hot beach in summertime. Waves gently lapping at Poe's toes, soaking his socks..."Grief is like the ocean;it comes o...