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    Edge of My Seat

    WOW!!! This book had me at page one! It was edge of my seat suspense that kept me guessing what would happen next!!!
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    Now THAT's how you do a sequel!

    Now THAT'S how you do a sequel. "The Line Between" proved that Tosca Lee was a master of intrigue, character building, and story-telling. If the world she built of the Enclave and the cult, then the apocalyptic epidemic that runs rampant over the country, then I don't even know what kind of stories you might enjoy. But with "A Single Light" she upped the ante. Wynter is a fugitive, locked away from the disease, hiding for her life....But even that doesn't keep Wynter safe. Every turn of the page brings a new surprise, a new battle to be won, and Lee doesn't shy away from difficult choices an author must make in this type of book. This sequel proved that Tosca Lee is prolific at page-turning action, emotional depth and edge of the seat (or bed...depending on where you are reading) cliffhangers. I literally could not stop reading. And don't get me started on the creepy factor. The only time I was willing to put the book down was when the lights were out, all was still in my home, and the only thing making noise were the trees outside, the creaking of our home's foundation, and the pounding of my heart as Wynter walked into yet another disturbing situation. One chapter pushed my imagination over its wild limits and I had to close the book before being so freaked out that I required a light!! But the next morning, I immediately picked the book back up until I finished! Too good to not recommend.
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    You don’t want to miss this sequel

    The sequel to The Line Between, A Single Light, pushes and tugs your emotions from start to finish. Once again, Tosca Lee crafts a thriller to challenge us to think how we would react, really react, if the world as we knew it changed and morphed into something out of our biggest fears. Could we make the right choice? Is that right choice the right choice for me or must we choose the right choice for a bigger, collective “us” before being being able to choose what satisfies our hopes and our desires? Do we look after just ourselves and the ones closest to us or risk it all for the sake of the greater good. Join Wynter and Chase and see what happens when they emerge into the new America!
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    A adventurous ending to this apocalyptic thrill ri

    Phenomenal... i’ve been eagerly awaiting the sequel to the line between Tosca Lee. I absolutely loved this apocalyptic thriller. When cult escapee Wynter Roth and ex-Marine Chase Miller emerge from their bunker months after the country is overtaken by a killer disease, they find themselves on the run. They are desperately searching for antibiotics that are in short supply as well as food, fuel, and help. As more lies are uncovered, and truths come out before they even leave the bunker, the question is can they survive and work together for the greater good? I loved the real life desperation I believe you would see if this story became a reality. The desperation. The loss of hope. The lawlessness. Then...the reemergence if the good. The hope slowly being restored. I’m in love with this book, but hope we don’t see this become reality. Yes, it feels that real! If you love apocalyptic thriller’s with a dash of romance and strong male and female lead characters, you will love The Line Between and the second book, A Single Light! I’m desperately hopeful they will make a movie that lives up to the book. I was given an advanced reader copy through NetGalley by the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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    Tosca does it again!

    Riveting. Thrilling. Edge-of-your-seat. Action-packed. A Single Light legitimately has everything you could ever hope for in a novel. I had the privilege of being an advanced reader for both The Line Between and A Single Light, and I have yet to be disappointed. I could not put A Single Light down...thank heavens I was stuck in a vehicle on a road trip! It had twists and turns I hadn’t anticipated, features that sometimes made me audibly gasp or shriek (but not always in glee). To be honest, as soon as I finished it, I texted and messaged several friends to tell them to read A Single Light when it’s available in September. That’s saying something because I don’t often recommend books. I am constantly reading novels in my free time; sometimes, I struggle through poorly-written stories with underdeveloped plots and never pick up the books again. A Single Light, though, I know is one I’ll read multiple times and catch new details upon each read-through. I have high standards for novels, and Tosca surpassed them. A hundred fold. What I loved most about A Single Light--outside of the obvious action and thrill that left me clinging to my Kindle with white knuckles and gnawing on my fingernails--was that it was believable. The dystopian world Tosca created wasn’t farfetched or unrealistic. Instead of questioning the accuracy of the epidemic-suffering society of A Single Light, I found myself being curious about the possibility of its existence. It was easy for me to picture the trials the characters faced and relate to them. Wynter and Chase grew into better people, and they had a real relationship, complete with all its ups and downs. They weren’t superheroes of invincibility; rather, all of the characters in A Single Light had flaws and faults--all things with which we all struggle on a daily basis. Tosca pulled me into her imagination from the first page, and I loved every step of the adventure. Easily one of Tosca’s best works, and definitely one of my favorites. Read The Line Between. Read A Single Light. I guarantee, you won’t regret it
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