Thursday, July 12, 2012

Review: Timepiece by Myra McEntire

4 STARS I have not read Hourglass by Myra McEntire. I would recommend reading it first. I got confused in some parts and feel Like I missed something. Timepiece is fine by itself though. With Timepiece and Hourglass being books that jumped into the past and things that happened once but was changed things get confused in the timeline. Kaleb Ballard is one of the key players in the book. He can feel what others feel. He drinks to escape but he is only a teenager. His family is messed up. His father was dead but now he is not 6 months later. His mother is laying in a comma her memories stolen from her. He goes to a club called the phone company and flirts with a girl and makes a fool of himself. Then he sees a rip in time and Jack appears in the club and disappears. Jack worked with Kaleb father. Was the one who stole his mom's memories. arranged for his dad to be murdered. Got Emmerson out of mental hospital. Most of that happened in Hourglass. After Kaleb missed Catching Jack, someone else appears and has jumped and grabbed Emmerson and takes her into the vail tells Kaleb to tell his father to find Jack and stop him or else the timeline will be too far gone. Slits Emmerson throat after she is dead goes back into time and she is alive for now. Kaleb loves Emmerson but she has chosen Michael. His father seems to trust Michael over him. Does not want Kaleb in danger. Kaleb stays away from his mothers side. So Jack is searching in time somewhere he wants events of his past changed. He keeps stilling memories. Lots of others want Jack stopped so all the problems with the rips will be fixed. Thier is another group searching for something else that works sometimes with Jack that his father used to be part of. Its a fast paced journey with lots going on in the book. I want to go back and read the hourglass and look forward to another book that I am sure is coming in the future or is that in the past. I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley. 06/12/2012 PUB Egmont USA

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