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Penumbra by Keri Arthur
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Nov 01, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: paranormal-general, series, australian
Read from November 08 to 11, 2010

I enjoyed this book as much as the earlier books in this series but I do wish there could have been more of a relationship between Sam and Grabriel. It's a pity there is not another in this series as it certainly allows itself that it should continue.

Agent Sam Ryan wants a change, as she is having trouble working with Gabriel Stern because of the way he treats her. Gabriel is not happy with her new assignment becasue it is dangerous and the politician she is given the job of protecting is a clone who has to have come from Hopeworth - where Sam's history starts from - the history she is trying to find. She finds out quite a bit about herself in this book through dreams but she does wonder if the dreams are real? or have been planted there by someone.

Keri Arthur has such a great imagination and is good at writing intriguing stories. I did love the way this book was woven together.

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