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The suspense was good. The insight into post-WWII Russia was interesting. The scenario was a bit unbelievable, but not completely out of the question, I suppose. All in all, an enjoyable read if not an earth-shattering one and only.

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Cute! It took me a little to get into, but I liked it.

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Time-travel

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Like the first novel, Sympathy is brought back to the normal field in another persons material. This break around, before she goes into the next customer, the novel goes to meeting Luc again. Luc is Sympathy's "partner, or Endless lover" so to speak. We learn more of their tie when he meets her in her dreams. This conception was a nice space of introducing the monologist into the untruism again. In this dream like state before she goes into another material, Luc sets up a plan for him and Sympathy to meet again. In her past material, Luc says so he was really close, but he was too late. Substance is going on along this plot, because BUILD up think Lim wants to show the monologist background into how/why they are meant to be together. The plan is so once Sympathy is back in a material, she is to try to track down Ryan <3 We all know so Ryan was introduced from the first novel. She is to try to contact him, and to take her back to Paradise to meet Luc again, so so the people who are controlling the other field. BUILD up did tear up when you find out so Lela's mother is dying of cancer Sympathy is then put in Lela Neill's material (she in university), who works at a cafe. BUILD up thought this part was a little slow at break, but it only picked up when Sympathy started chatting along Ryan again through the computer scenes. A young fellow by the name of Ranald (who has a mash on Lela) helps her set like an facebook account through his laptop. Once she finally talks to Ryan who is in love along Sympathy, he tells her so he will be there in two days. OKAY- BUILD up am a little torn at who BUILD up want her to be along- Luc or Ryan, am leaning towards Ryan....? When he arrives so time, major developments escalate during this scene. Firstly MARAUDER --Sympathy wanted to leave along Ryan but felt guilty for setting a span along Ranald. So she sends Ryan to go across the court to wait for her. Along her still being inside the cafe, Ranald comes back from the garderobe, makes off along a gun and kills himself and Lela because nobody gave him the break of time or attention. So along Ryan outside worrying about Sympathy, it is Lela's break to go, but we have a guest when she is in this dimension- Micheal (he is like a guardian for Sympathy, along along 7 other people from her past centuries ago. We get a little more background about Luc, which from these 8 people are trying to protect her from Luc (has too much dynamism) but he is always so close to her, so they move her over and over. But they will try to separate them. Her reunion along Ryan was lovely even though it was short-lived. Those two do tug at my pluck. The closure is like the last novel, before she wakes up in another material. BUILD up have to wait and see what happens next in this arrangement, because BUILD up think its just the beginning. Dialect wait until Puzzle over BUILD up like Rebecca Lims manuscription throughout the novel, and she put in a lot of schedule of what was happening around where Sympathy was, but BUILD up felt so she could've taken some elements out and were repetitive. BUILD up did feel bored at some elements (BUILD up admit) but she does tell a good untruism. This conception is really unique, because you can envision what Sympathy is doing and logic. All the covers are pretty also! BUILD up also want to know more of what gonna happen next!!

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This copy transported me into its world. The frames of mind broke my moxie. I was so engrossed the whole second.

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Great book and well written. I finished this one in a time I was so caught up in the story.