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  • Absolutely Brilliant

    I was fortunate enough to stumble across this gem when browsing through the free ebooks available to try out, and have since them purchased the next two in the series and have devoured all of them over the last two days. Other than a slightly rushed relationship (despite the time it took them to get together) this series is absolutely brilliant. The concept is genius and the world building is well-developed and thorough. I love the protagonist, she's both brave and realistic, and she's relatable. Cassandra's intelligent, and that shows with the way she manages to survive on Muina, but it's not unrealistic; she stumbles her way through using brains and bravery and getting herself into a lot of problems, but dealing with them brilliantly. Even when she's 'whiney' it's never intolerable, and her feelings towards the love interest when she believes they're unreciprocated show a mature approach. She doesn't sit and pine (much), but acknowledges that it wouldn't be fair to make advances, and Cass tries to manage her feelings in a very mature way. The other character's in the series are also loveable, many having an intricacy to their character and their background that many others just don't go to the effort of including. The format to this series is brilliant. Cass' diary gives us an insight into her experience when appearing on this strange world with strange people, and it's an important way of understanding her character. The only problem with this is that the climax of events felt slightly more rushed than it would have done if it had been written in third person. Other than that, however, the telling of the story through the diary was a stroke of genius. Therefore my sound conclusion in references to the Touchstone series of books is that they are absolutely brilliant, and deserve a much larger fan base. I would recommend them to anyone who likes stories of people displaced from their worlds or with an interest in fantasy, or just people who in general enjoy adventure or science fiction. Thank you, Andrea K Host, for such a brilliant series!

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  • Love it

    Read it every night til I fall asleep best series I have read. Except for a few other of my favorites

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  • I enjoyed it

    Well told story, but sometimes a bit to chic flicish. The science fiction of it was well done, and Iam sure that Iwould read more books by this author.

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  • Touchstone

    Couldn't put this series down. Wishing there was more to the after story.

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