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by Stephen R. Lawhead
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Jeff Noble
Jeff Noble rated it 6 years ago
Engaging. I've enjoyed Lawhead's works ever since reading his book on St. Patrick. This first installment of a trilogy seemed like a comparable plot to Robert Liparulo's series "The Dreamhouse Kings," but this is more deeply told. Looking forward to reading more.
Daryl Reads
Daryl Reads rated it 6 years ago
Another wonderful Stephen Lawhead novel with great ideas. But I am seriously confused... I hope some of this confusion is alleviated in the further books as I read them throughout 2013.
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road
Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it 7 years ago
Leylines made this fantasy for me. While I enjoyed this overall, it seemed like the main male character didn't change AT ALL, while his erstwhile lost girlfriend seemed to become a completely different character all together. And what the heck is up with Great-X-Grandpa not telling our little hero...
The Word Warehouse
The Word Warehouse rated it 7 years ago
This book started out with so much promise. Time travel to places and times at random, a damsel in distress, a hero and the bad guys. And then the book goes nowhere fast. Instead of the plot advancing, it bogs down early and never really gets going again. And there goes the potential.The prose is go...
A Book Addict's Musings by Readinghearts
I recently received an electronic copy of The Bone House by Stephen R. Lawhead. I have Mr. Lawhead's quartet on the Arthurian Legend and enjoy his writing. I found though, that The Bone House was the second book in his Bright Empires series and decided to start with the first book, The Skin Map....
The Book Diva's Reads
The Book Diva's Reads rated it 8 years ago
C. Christopher "Kit" Livingstone is an average 20-something male. He is employed and has a girlfriend, and he isn't happy with either one. Kit's life changes when he meets his great-grandfather and is taught about ley lines that provide for inter-dimensional time travel -- different times and altern...
Read Fragment
Read Fragment rated it 8 years ago
This book would have ended up on the DNF shelf if I hadn't committed to writing a review. While the beginning was relatively auspicious (flavors of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and Into the Woods), I soon realized that "flavors" and "hints" was as much development as this story had to offe...
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