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The Elemental Crossing (The Eleven-Hour Fall #2)

4.17  ·  Rating Details  ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
'The Elemental Crossing' is the exciting sequel to Robert Appleton's 'The Eleven-Hour Fall'.

After their hard-won escape from the mountain peaks and many perils of the desert, Kate and Jason are faced with their most difficult challenge yet on Kratos: crossing a vast ocean on nothing but an improvised raft.

Their relationship grows as hope dwindles. Procuring food, water a
ebook, 78 pages
Published September 7th 2008 (first published June 7th 2008)
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May 16, 2012 Beth rated it it was amazing
What an incredible imagination to create a world that is so different, fascinating and so descriptive. The Elemental Crossing is just such a creation from pure imagination. This is a short novella and it sucked you into a world beyond anything you’ve ever known. My only complaint was it was slightly confusing ( oops, I read book 2 before book 1 which would explain my confusion) and ended too abruptly…still what a radical picture show of the mind. 4 1/2 stars.
Aug 19, 2011 AnnaM rated it it was amazing
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Excellent worldbuilding and vivid unusual descriptions. The world and the mystery deepens.

The romance is more realistic in this part, but it's in no way mushy.

I do wish he'd combine all three of these 'books' into one since, to me, the first two aren't complete stories. They just stop suddenly. The next one starts with almost the next sentence.

So far, my favorite cover is for the third book, Kate of Kratos.

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Robert Appleton is an English author of science fiction, steampunk and historical fiction. He has written for Harlequin Carina Press, Samhain, and various other publishers. In his free time he hikes, plays soccer, and kayaks whenever he can. His favourite books and movies, like his own fiction, usually take place in the distant past or the far future. The night sky is his inspiration.
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Other Books in the Series

The Eleven-Hour Fall (3 books)
  • The Eleven-Hour Fall (The Eleven Hour Fall, #1)
  • Kate of Kratos (The Eleven Hour Fall, #3)

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