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    Time Trap by Micah Caida

    Time Trap by Micah Caida Book 1 of a trilogy. Rayen is seventeen. She is told both those facts then advised to run. There is a charging beast running in her direction. Rayen's instincts take over and that's the beginning of this non-stop other world adventure. It's a post apocalyptic world where technology and human advanced abilities are opposing factions. I really enjoyed this dark and dangerous world because of Rayen. She is a strong and smart leader even though she has no memory of who she is. I really like Gabby as well and Tony as they battle together to stay alive and get home. Loyalty is a huge message in this book. I look forward to the rest of this trilogy. And big bonus. No cliffhanger.
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    Exciting

    Usually I don't read this type of book by I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did. It was exciting, on the edge of your seat kind of book, couldnt put it down and I can't wait to read the second book to find out what's going to happen with Rayen, Tony and Gabby! !
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    Breath Taking!!

    I usually look for adventure books, I would definitely put this in my category of adventure books and would definitely put this in my top 5 books or book series.
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    Loved it!

    Fast paced intriguing storyline. Love the character development. Such an original world! Going to buy the sequel now ;)
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    Impossible to put down - for everybody

    My head feels like an exploding thesaurus with all the adjectives I wish to express in praise of Time Trap: Red Moon book 1! I often look for free books for my kobo app, which is mostly akin to panning for gold in a paid out claim. Most (let's say almost all that have not yet passed their copyright date) of the free books I download are not worth my time -even working for free. But I could not put down Time Trap. This is an extremely rare event as I usually have 1/2 dozen or more books on the go, not counting periodicals and text/reference books. The last time I enjoyed an all night reading binge is a distant memory. I literally did not put the book down. The first person narrative introduces us to the heroine of the tale just she discovers herself - waking as an amnesiac in a rather perilous position. And it gets better from there! Transported to an alternative and extremely hostile universe with her new acquaintances she is forced to fight for their survival while trying to dowse her own self. While I am not much of a Fantasy reader (preferring "hard" sci fi) and have never read more than one "book" in any fantasy series, I quickly purchased the remainder of the Red Moon series as soon as I was able! John Christopher stated that writing adolescent fiction is harder and more demanding because the standards are usually higher than that written for an adult audience. After reading that, and as an adult, I began a rewarding journey into the young adult genre. (Christopher is the author of The Tripods series.) Micah Caipa does not disappoint.
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