Yesterday's Mail (Crossroads Collection) Kindle Edition
- File Size : 7918 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 832 pages
- Publisher : Olivia Kimbrell Press (6 August 2018)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07G81ZGQZ
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: 77,570 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
4.6 out of 5
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Reviewed in Australia on 15 October 2018
I enjoyed this second collection, but not quite as much as the first. Some of the books seemed rather too abrupt or just too short to do the storyline justice, but I particularly enjoyed the last book, which cleverly tied them all together. Still all worth reading. Recommended.
Reviewed in Australia on 22 September 2018
I loved this series. It was very clever how diverse the stories were yet the final book pulled all the stories together. Captivating stories with varied and thought-provoking Christian themes.
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Can't find the words to useReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 September 2019
To think that I nearly did not buy it 😃. I couldn't drop the book....all the stories are so exciting....I couldn't sleep if I am still in the middle of a story; just have to finish it, even if it means going to bed in the early hours of the day 😊. Really loved it. Thanks
Amnadra Tru is greatReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 November 2018
I really enjoyed Tru's story the best as it had me wanting to stay up late to keep reading! I did enjoy the other stories but did struggle with the first one as i felt it was a bit bla!
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Lovely series of storiesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 November 2019
Lovely set of stories all brought together at the end. Really enjoyed reading these.
Get that mail movingReviewed in Canada on 9 July 2019
This is an awesome collection of stories. The authors captivated their readers, stirred their emotions - had you feeling sorry for their characters at one point, then cheering them on a little later. The suspense level is good. Relax and enjoy. You won't be disappointed.
A Bit Disappointed....Reviewed in the United States on 1 October 2018
I am going to deviate from the glowing reviews that I have read about this set of books. Honestly, I was a bit disappointed--the stories were nice and "lost mail" was an interesting concept. I have read books from each of these authors before and really like all of them. However, these books just didn't do it for me. The first one was sweet and I enjoyed it until the abrupt ending--it left me holding the iPad in my hand, not believing it was over. I did really enjoy the second book and it was well written. The third book, "Chasing Pearl" was my biggest disappointment. I have read many books by Hallee Bridgeman and can't believe I read one that I really did not like. I am a Texas girl through and through but I have to tell you that no one I know speaks in continued metaphors as was done in this book. That must drive some readers crazy--I couldn't always figure out what they were trying to say and if you are from another part of the country, beware! The number of metaphors was way out of proportion and made the characters sound like uneducated country hicks. I almost quit reading because I wasn't sure I could stand one more metaphor. I did finish it but it was a chore. I didn't care for the fourth book at all but that was just me. So, now to the final book. I'm not sure what I expected when it was supposed to tie all of the books together-I think I was expecting all of the characters to show up in the book and would have closure for them. That did not happen. Coupled with very poor editing, I was just glad to see the end of the book. I have never been crazy about "potato chip" books so I probably should have never read this. This will not keep me from reading all of these authors in other books but I am done with this kind of series.
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