Red-Eye Dawn (Turbulence, #3)
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Red-Eye Dawn (Turbulence #3)

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Paul Cronin has never been one to improvise. Now he’s found himself in the middle of a brand new world, with brand new rules. He would be the first one to play by those rules—heck, he’d relish them—if only he knew what they were.

Luckily for Paul, his predecessor Marlin already discovered the lay of the land, and that research is passed along to him. It should help him orie...more
ebook, 29 pages
Published July 15th 2012 by JCP Books LLC (first published July 13th 2012)
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This is getting better and better.
Paul is still trying to understand where he ended up, what happened during the turbulence. He is also trying to decide whether he could/should eat and drink or even breathe. His panic is funny. All the captain and Dallas could do is to wait out for his panic to subside.
As before, we get a few moments that happened in the past. Even though Marlin is dead and Paul took his place on the flight, he still plays a very important role in the story.
I was really hoping this would pick up right where 2 left off. Ms. Price does just that, but not in the direction I was MOST hoping for.. Ms. Price writes anticipation extremely well!! This series has a little bit of everything. Creepy, fun, humor, romance and great charaters. Oh well, it was very good and once again, I can't wait for the next one!!! 4 stars!!

Another excellent installment of JCP’s new serial novel “Turbulence.” In this third episode, Paul is still puzzling out what it means to be laying-over in an empty post-turbulence Bermuda as well as learns from Kaye and Dallas what they have picked up from their earlier trips. As he’s figuring out the ground-rules for Flight 511, he realizes he has some big decisions to make.

We’re now about 100 pages in, and even though a lot of questions are still flying around (including all that delicious Da...more
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"Riveting stuff, Mulder and Scully. Please, continue your good work," Skinner said.

Yes, I'm continuing with The X-Files comparison. I'm determined to wring every last drop out of it.

JCP, I love you. You're one excellent writer. This episode just about knocked my socks off. And that's without any sex scenes...yet. ;)

Hitherto, we've had only theories based on assumption about the ins and outs of how the turbulence-induced split realities/bodies/personalities work. Now we have actual science experi...more
Kelly  Maybedog
This episode gives us more background about the mystery and is focused on the details of the experiences so far and more about Marlin. As was true in the others, I found myself with more and more questions. I didn't find this one quite as interesting but that was mostly because I really wanted a lot more of the romance.
Very good installment of the serial in which Paul starts to freak out about their situation, but gains calm from an unexpected source.
♆ BookAddict ~ La Crimson Femme
This is seriously f-ed up. I don't think I want to fly through to Bermuda. And this babying sitting shit is for the dogs. Who wants to have to babysit these autopilots? Really, if it were me babysitting and these people don't know what happened? I'd probably lock them up the entire time. Okay, maybe I'd do a little pegging too. Yes, Paul, that's why your ass hurts.
Larry Arnold
Paul really bugged me in this book. He should have giving more trust to the other 2 since they have been doing it for a year. how he questioned everything after the fact... i was like uggggg shut up paul.

his hotness status went way down in this not. not my fav chapter novel in the series
I liked this installment of the Turbulence series, for the crazy amount of possibilities of what can and can’t be done, or what should or shouldn't be done in empty Bermuda. I think my head is still spinning possibilities :)
Price's free stuff is better than most of my purchases. And what's this: Interrracial romance and out of body experiences?

A favorite author who never fails to deliver the best.
Zach Sweets
Fantastic quick read. It gave me more questions. I'm as curious as Paul was. I love a good mystery story that I'm unable to solve it yet. Brilliant!
Read the first 2 parts, I'm waiting till a few more are out so I can read them together!
A lot of thinking and talking and not much action. Paul has a lot to consider.
I really had to think to get everything figured out in my head... great read
I don't think this series is for me. I just don't care...
My brain is doing somersaults but it's still entertaining.
Dual/parallel realities. Gotta love it!
It's getting more interesting.
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Author and artist Jordan Castillo Price is the owner of JCP Books LLC. Her paranormal thrillers are colored by her time in the midwest, from inner city Chicago, to small town Wisconsin, to liberal Madison.

Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who's plagued by ghostly visitations. Also check...more
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