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    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books. **I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.** This was quite an intriguing story. I must admit, I wasn’t quite sure if this story was going to be my cup of tea and started out kind of slow or partially confusing. However, it started to come together very quickly and grasped my attention and held it. I enjoyed how the author made it to where Lea and Gabe both shared the same obsession and they were able to find each other at the beginning of the book. Their chemistry was perfect and comforting. Their chemistry is also part of the story that keeps you reading and not stopping. Their stories are both heartbreaking in different ways but evoke a type of sadness for each of them and has your heart grasping for air and happiness. They are strong young adults that have had to grow up too fast and has led them to try to discover more. They are both incredibly smart and work well together as a team. The author has done a great job with her descriptions and details in this book. In the beginning where they are in the parking garage and experience the fourth dimension for the first time together gave me goosebumps. It’s the type of scene that’s hard to picture per say but requires you to “feel” it and boy did I. It’s that type of writing that will keep us readers coming back for more and wanting to read more. This is a great story and has a great story line. Pick up your copy and see what you think!

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