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Pello Island: Cassia

(Pello Island #1)

3.68  ·  Rating details ·  22 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Can we change our destiny? The answer, according to the gods of Rome, is no. Nona spins her wheel and our fates are sealed within the thread that runs through her fingers; Decima measures the thread, determining length of our lives, and when our time on Earth is over, Morta's shears cut the thread sending us to the Elysian Fields. It is as it should be. Until an arrogant,d ...more
Kindle Edition, 181 pages
Published June 8th 2012 by Woofie
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Cassia, and Darius as well as Dulcia and Amatus, were reincarnated, with all their memories of their prior lives, intact. Cassia was 15 when she fell in love with Darius. (We all remember our 1st love...) The story is interesting and I was so curious to read what will happen next, that I could not move away from my Kindle. I love mythology. The combination of paranormal and mythology blended well resulting in an above average mythology story... I am looking forward to reading the sequel, Darius ...more
First off, I don't know who wrote the Amazon/Goodreads description, but they left out pretty important details.

Cassia, Darius, Amatus, and Dulcia are Ancient Romans who have been "reincarnated" since their {original} deaths with the memories of all their past lives. I use quotation marks because they aren't born, but put into bodies of twenty- or thirty-somethings.

The description of the book is pretty spot on in regards to what happens in Ancient Rome, which encompasses about 3/4 of the book.
Nov 18, 2012 rated it it was ok
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I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

Waking up with drugs in her system in her own vomit is nothing new to Cassia. When Cassia wakes up in a new body she heads back to her real home in New York. Cassia and the others think this is just another life run through due to Darius messing up again, but circumstances are very different this time. If Darius doesn’t do his job like he’s supposed to this time he and all the others involved in their past will be l
Sep 26, 2012 rated it liked it
As soon as I started reading this book I was sucked in. The idea of the story is great--Greek mythology, love, murder and star-crossed lovers. Shifting back and forth from present day to 2000 years ago, we slowly start to learn who the characters are and how they started in their first lives. We see bits and pieces of the overall big picture, but even at the end of the book, we still don't know why they are constantly reincarnated throughout the years, and how they got involved in the situation ...more
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Aug 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
beaftul cover loved the book hated ciceros chaertator
i ws glad when flavius killed him i did enjoy the book im gonna start book 2 i cant want wait to see what happens next thanks for the book
Jun 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I loved writing this series. I really hope you enjoy it.
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A.L. Jambor lives in Florida with her husband, Hans. Amy began writing at the tender age of fifty-eight when she was inspired by a photo of her granddaughter. The result was But the Children Survived, an apocalyptic story about how a pharmaceutical company’s greed led to the destruction of North America. From there, Amy began writing fantasy mysteries that incorporated both her love of puzzles and ...more

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