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Average rating: 4.16 · 300 ratings · 161 reviews · 10 distinct worksSimilar authors
The First Wave

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The Eternity Road (The Eter...

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The Legacy

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The Keeper of the Book (The...

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The Return (The Eternity Ro...

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The Family Tree

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The Eternity Road: The Comp...

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"So I am officially hooked. This book was awesome. I love the dynamics between the characters. I hated the heartbreak our MC went through but she's strong and coming out on top.

Awesome plot development and character building. Loved it!"
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"So episode 3 in this addictive series and we are getting down to feelings and romance and truths and secrets. I am loving the storyline and the characters and look forward to each episode! "
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"A great next episode! The story continues to grow as does Nicky our female mc. New intriguing characters are introduced and we learn more about Nicky and her family. Onto the next episode I go, I am getting quite addicted! "
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“When a book leaves its author's desk it changes. Even before anyone has read it, before eyes other than its creator's have looked upon a single phrase, it is irretrievably altered. It has become a book that can be read, that no longer belongs to its maker. It has acquired, in a sense, free will. It will make its journey through the world and there is no longer anything the author can do about it. Even he, as he looks at its sentences, reads them differently now that they can be read by others. They look like different sentences. The book has gone out into the world and the world has remade it.”
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“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
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“When a book leaves its author's desk it changes. Even before anyone has read it, before eyes other than its creator's have looked upon a single phrase, it is irretrievably altered. It has become a book that can be read, that no longer belongs to its maker. It has acquired, in a sense, free will. It will make its journey through the world and there is no longer anything the author can do about it. Even he, as he looks at its sentences, reads them differently now that they can be read by others. They look like different sentences. The book has gone out into the world and the world has remade it.”
Salman Rushdie , Joseph Anton: A Memoir




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