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Thousands by Pepper Winters
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it was amazing

Where to start with this book...

I literally spent the first 34%, or was it 54%, fighting tears and trying to keep my crying to a minimal volume. It was impossible to stifle them. I could only cling to the next line, paragraph, and page hoping for a reprieve.

I have loved, longed, begged, and pleaded throughout this series. I wanted hurt, to kill, and to exact a revenge that would make the demons in the pages of this series weep. I am a vengeful, empathetic, and hopeful person. So you can understand the torment that this series brings but the ever present hope is what carries me through.

Hope can be crushed, broken, and shattered. But all of those still imply a remnant...a left over piece, something tangible. It is everything for Pim- the piece controls everything. No matter how broken, alienated, or lost...that piece is there to cling to.

Wow, just wow. I ended this book the same way I began...
That being said, I refuse to tell you more about that, however...

I wanted to say this I have a vivid imagination. It's often wild and inappropriate. It depicts my death and odd accidents. I drum up weirdly intricate details for lives I don't know. I can have whole conversations between characters in the shower. But I will never conjure the incredible detail, beauty, and sheer awe inspiring stories as this woman has. I mean the detail and create ingenuity for an outfit that encompasses the entire core of a character. Ms. Winters brought it all to life. She brought me to me knees with a dress. Don't even get me started on the name.

I tip my imaginary top hat to the maestro because this truly is a symphony. This story and it's intertwining with the others in her library create an opus. I feel like at a disadvantage as I have yet to read the interlocking pieces. But don't misunderstand my musings, you do not need to read her others series to comprehend. I only believe knowing those story would help and enhance the pleasure.

Clearly, I am impressed and it's caused me to become the fan girl I am. I may not have loved him from the start, I may even have wanted to hit him in this book...repeatedly, but Elder Prest is everything Pim needs. These two...sigh. Thousands of reasons to hold on.

Reviewed for Sweet Spot Sisterhood

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Reading Progress

August 15, 2017 – Started Reading
August 15, 2017 – Shelved
August 15, 2017 – Finished Reading

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