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Jubal is the last Carlyle, and lives near Seattle, far away from his Abenaki ancestors. A letter from a lawyer draws him and his best friend, Sal, to Vermont and the town of Whitewater. Soon they are right in the middle of the old conflict that drove Jubal's parents away just before his birth.

Whitewater is suffering and not just from the economic downturn. Unleashed by on
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ebook, 173 pages
Published September 13th 2013 by Total-E-Bound Publishing
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Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews
4 Hearts

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Jubal has always been different, he has been able to see ghosts ever since he was a child but he doesn't really have a clue about his heritage, his Abenaki heritage, and he soon discovers that his gift is much more important than he thought. A letter from a lawyer and a persistent spirit has Jubal and his best friend, Sal, heading for Whitewater and answers and they discover a family history and an old man with an obsession. Sal is just along for th
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Kassa
DNF

Although I like several books Quinton has done, I couldn’t get through this one. I took the chance on it even though it was from TEB, which I generally stay away from. The story should be fine and it has all the necessary elements but it just bored me. There’s no tension, no action, no real purpose to the story. Actually it does have a purpose but the book and characters are taking their sweet time to getting around to it and I can’t read anymore. I made it a little over half way (pg. 110 out
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R.J.
Read in one sitting! Brilliant paranormal story. Loved Jubal, loved the First Nations link to the flow of energy... recommended... RJ X
Josie Goodreads
This is a delicious paranormal story filled with mystery, danger and intrigue. I really enjoyed it. Full review coming soon
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Oct 02, 2013 Blue Bayou . marked it as dnf
Didn't make it to chapter 3. Not sure if it's me or the book. The story was boring. Could not get into the story or the characters. Might pick up and try again some other time.
Lily
3.6 stars. An engaging and action-driven plot, with a nice touch of romance, which was a bit rushed towards the end. I think a sequel might be in order.
Claire
Almost four stars. I liked this book but I needed a little more at the end. Maybe there will be a sequel?
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