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    Fabulous Book!

    I received an advanced reader's copy from the author for an honest review. Mary Pax has done it again with her third book in The Rifters series. She has spun a tale of intrigue, mystery, horror, family, friendship, and love. The characters are so well developed you feel as if you know them. All Daelin wants is to find her sister, keep her brother safe, so her family can be reunited. And, if she has to fight monsters to do it, she will. The story had my spine chilled more than once with its creepy weirdness and downright scary spookiness. I also laughed with Daelin over the eccentric residents of Settler. And, cried with her and other characters over their secrets and heartache. This was a page turner that was difficult to put down. I looked forward to this book after reading the first two in the series, and I will look forward to the fourth. It's like Settler has become a real place in my mind and I care about these characters.
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    A Fantastic Installment in The Rifters Series!

    Daelin Long dreams of a life outside of being a Rifter in M. Pax's The Reader. Even when the Rift closes for the season, the danger is still all too real. The third book within The Rifters series delves deeper into the characters, particularly Daelin and Earl. Pax's strength is the way she has written the characters. Their growth through the trials they experience is satisfying. While some answers to the mysteries are revealed, other questions crop up as fast as the strange white trees plaguing Settler, Oregon. The steady pace pulls the reader along, and I wonder how in the forty-two universes will Earl, Daelin, and the others protect us from what will come next. The Reader by M. Pax is a fantastic installment within the series. In all the dictionaries, I'm definitely looking forward to the next book and was sad when I reached the end because I am now going to have to wait for more tales from the Rift. I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.
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