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Crosswinds: Episode 3 (Rising Storm) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B014XJ05GW
- Publisher : Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (8 October 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 346 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 103 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 194229915X
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The nice thing about reading a soap in book form is that instead of relying on often mediocre actors to portray complex emotions, the author allows us to be inside the character's head and we can understand what they're feeling. Elisabeth Naughton does a great job at this. I could empathize with each of the teen characters in ways that televised soaps rarely can do.
Note that even though I empathize with these characters, that doesn't mean I like them. A fair number of them I want to slap silly with their idiotic motives. But, then again, I was also kind of an idiot as a teen, too. It's much easier to judge when you're outside the world inhabited by the characters.
The one thing I really loved about this book is how well each chapter built up to the conclusion of the book. I'll leave out spoilers, but every single moment led up to a fight between two sisters that will probably leave them both scarred for some time and will change their relationship forever. And the very end of the book is so deliciously overdramatic that it made me long for the good old days of soap operas on television.
While I really enjoyed this book, I have one minor quibble about the writing, and I only noticed it because a lot of the book took place in cars. Nearly every time a car started or stopped moving, it was written that the car was "shoved" into drive or park. While it does give a great visual of the action, it also felt overused, especially in such a short number of pages. But that's the only thing I have to complain about with the writing. Otherwise the characters were well-written, and I look forward to learning more about them. Especially Jeffry Rush. I think he's going to have some interesting stories coming up. Or at least I hope he does.
I'd highly recommend this book, but I'd caution that you should read the first two prior to reading this one. It's probably not absolutely necessary, but it'll fill in some of the backstory for you. On to the next one!
Lacey Salt, Mallory Alvarez, Luis
Moreno, friends but for how much longer teenage drama at its best but will hearts be broken in Storm you just never know.
So many lives are entwined so many families can be hurt but you can't turn away you need to know what happens and I'll be waiting for the next chapter of this continuing story to find out some answers.
Will "right side of the tracks" sociopath's Lacy Salt's lies about having sex with "wrong side of the tracks" 16 year old Luis Moreno have him arrested and placed in prison?
I despise cliff-hangers. Fortunately there are only a few days between new releases in the series.