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Parallel (Travelers Series Book 1) (English Edition) de [Lefeve, Claudia]
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Longitud: 262 páginas Word Wise: Activado Tipografía mejorada: Activado
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Destiny has a way of catching up.

Saddled with powers she doesn't understand, Etta Fleming's world is turned upside-down the day she meets Cooper Everett, the man who transports her to an alternate reality. A reality she was meant to be a part of.

One minute, she's an orphan living at Dominion House for Girls, an institution for delinquent foster kids, then finds herself attending the exclusive Dominion Hall Academy.

Plucked from the only world she's ever known, Etta now has to deal with an aunt she never knew, a boyfriend she doesn't know, and a best friend who can't know.

PARALLEL is the first book in the Travelers Series
PARADOX (book 2) and PARADIGM (book 3) are now available!

"I give this one a five out of five - an entertaining, fast paced, page turner..." Heather, Bewitched Bookworms

"I anticipated a fun read but I was blown away by how much I loved Parallel..." Jenn, Tynga's Reviews

"Ms. Lefeve did one heck of a job keeping me entertained but also keeping me at bay from answers till the end...Seriously Ms. Lefeve, you are brilliant..." Savy, Books with Bite

"This book has everything it has to offer to all the readers who wanted to take on a new journey of reading...Absolutely Fascinating! Two Thumbs-up!" Clarissa, Teen Readers Diary

Biografía del autor

Claudia Lefeve was born and raised in the Gulf Coast border town of Brownsville, Texas. She currently resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and two dogs.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 484 KB
  • Longitud de impresión: 262
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  • Editor: Sugar Skull Books; Edición: 2 (31 de diciembre de 2013)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B005JGK8Y8
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The author borrowed ideas, characters and themes from the TV Series "Fringe". The lack of originality is disappointing. 29 de abril de 2017
Por Mya LouLou - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I've only read the 1st book (Parallel) so far. I enjoyed it but the more I got into the story, the more I realized that the author basically borrowed several elements of the storyline from the popular TV Series "Fringe" right down to calling her protagonist "Etta" (same name as Olivia Dunham's and Peter Bishop's daughter who plays a major part in the Resistance in the TV series and who is supposedly the leader of the Resistance in these books). Etta has the same "powers" that Olivia had in the series due to her father experimenting on her as a child and other children with drugs to amplify psychic abilities - this is straight out of Fringe where Walter Bishop experimented on Olivia and other kids along with his evil colleague William Bell (in the books, he's Jamie's father). Same story, different names/roles. For this reason I am giving this book a generous 2.5 star rating because the author did not come up with her own original story. Even the alternate timelines in this book are themes that are featured in Fringe. She obviously changed enough details to not make it a carbon copy of Fringe, but to me it's still too close of a parallel (pardon the pun) to give her credit for it. She even makes a short reference to the TV Series in the book so she obviously has seen it. Very disappointing. Although I'm curious to see how she handles book 2 & 3 in the series, I'm not feeling compelled to purchase books from an author who basically rearranged a few details from a TV Series and called it her own. I realize that the whole parallel universe/alternate realities has been overdone but the author should have made an effort to make her story unique. Very disappointing.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Confusing And Too Many Typos 6 de febrero de 2013
Por AlaynaSky - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
While I understand the premise and idea for this story, the many different time lines, different realms and characters appearing here, there and everywhere just didn't gel with me.

It was a good idea and I kinda got into it in the beginning, but the more I read, the more I would get distracted by something else because of all the confusing parallels I guess.

I also cringe a bit when I read in acknowledgements that there was an editor. While I don't know if this was a pro or not, I'd have to guess not because there were so many typos and mistakes, it just couldn't have been professionally done. It's very difficult to keep with a story when mistakes and typos overrun a story.

Professionally edited books average one or two typos. That's it and that's human. Many many mistakes throughout an entire book tells me "self edited" every time or edited by a friend.

Yes, the book was free. That was the good thing about it.

I think this would have been a better book had it been thought out better. Something like this, with the subject matter chosen like this writer did, has to be thought out to the very last detail.

A small amount of independent writers make me want to continue on to the next book, but that is rare. I wont be moving on with this one.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Vanilla.... 25 de enero de 2015
Por A. Sines - Publicado en
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I am really not understanding the five star reviews here. Sure, the premise is gripping, the writing is on a solid 3 star (there are still some glaring typos/misspellings). The descriptions are pretty well done. And it doesn't leave me confused and frustrated.

As I read this, as every reader does, I tried to put myself in the place of the main character Etta. Sure, there’s some confusion. But she really seems to just go with the flow. She’s the most passive protagonist I have ever met. Her type of character either changes, grows stronger, or remains that of a secondary character forever. She’s not the hardened foster system kid Lefeve keeps mentioning. And if I had to be told over and over by a teenager that she just didn’t put herself out there, held herself in, never had a boyfriend, etc., I feel like there’s just not enough showing. We spend so much time in Etta’s head and Etta explains herself so many times, that I wondered very much where the action was.

It wasn’t a painful read. I didn’t force myself to finish. The writing was smooth enough for me to just keep going wondering where the story was going. However, the end was predictable to the point that the only surprising thing was that I’d reached the end.

Perhaps if I were younger, without years of reading books that truly gripped my soul and still haven’t let go, I would have enjoyed this book much more than I did. So maybe it’s aimed for kids in middle school?

All I could think of when I finished this book and tried to come up with a review is: vanilla. It is the most vanilla book I’ve ever read. For some people, vanilla is their favorite flavor. And I’m not one to stray far from the familiar, but when going out for interesting, I’d prefer a little rocky road.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Can't even finish it. 18 de enero de 2015
Por Theresia - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
This book jumps all over the place and I don't mean the alternate dimensions. First, what 17 year old gets in a car with a complete stranger and why, as an author, did she think that was okay? Secondly, this alternate world is completely the same except California doesn't exist? Huh? The main character is ditzy, unrealistic, unimaginative, and dull. The plot twist is so thinly veiled it's boring before you even get to it. I tried to finish this book but I just couldn't find a valid reason to keep reading.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas People, Plains, and Paradoxes 4 de marzo de 2015
Por Rae Sontheyon (@Hey, It Was Free!) - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
My Oh! Oh My! This book is an interesting read dealing with the physics of time travel and existence of more than one universe. The intended audience is meant to be a Y.A. Teen, but the science can definitely keep an adult easily entertained if not completely intrigued. Because really doesn't time travel intrigue everyone? Especially if it's to fix ones mistakes?

The main character of the story is a 17 year old girl named Etta, whom readers are shown is an orphan just trying to survive in the foster care system. Sadly too many unexplained accidents have occurred around her that Etta is transferred to a girls housing facility. Things seem bleak till she is approached by Cooper, an attractive man, not much older than her, telling Etta she's not from this reality and he's there to take her home to her real reality. Etta is then thrown into her real reality and life gets strange from there on. It turns out she is special and is a linchpin for all the realities, but all Etta would like is to know her family and live her life and be normal for once.

Overall I enjoyed the book but can't say I'll read the rest of series. It was okay just wasn't enough to grab me. Loved the concept and most of the writing. However the character dialogue and chemistry always seemed stunted and flat. I know it's a Y.A. book but those too can be written with a flow. Now there was some good banter here and there; but even the parts where the author is clearly trying to spice up Etta and Cooper chemistry, the scenes felt flat, forced and rather awkward. Plus I pretty much figured out some big twists by the middle of the book so that killed the story and series for me. Oh and I must give props to the author for keeping the science understandable, because the science involved concerning multiple universes is complicated and can be boring if explained improperly. So last words, as always you could get it, read it and maybe purchase the rest of the series, or do as I did and just go. . . Hey, It Was Free!

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