Calla faces charges against her for changing the past. Her use of the Travel Glasses resulted in the creation of two writings that affected the lives of Edgar, the inventor of the Travel Glasses, and Valcas, their prior owner. Now Calla must explain her actions before the Time and Space Travel Agency.
The hearing does not end well. The travel commissioner finds Calla guilty as charged and forces her to choose between two harsh penalties. Despite the risk of becoming lost herself, Calla accepts a dangerous travel mission that may help her find her father. She teams up with a group of talented travelers. While working with them, she soon discovers that she has a special travel talent of her own.
Pursued by the sentient being of white light that's been tracking her father's bloodline, Calla fears her newfound talents may not be enough to protect her and her teammates before they complete their mission.
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Insightful, Love, Heatache
I slipped right into the story with Jill voicing the characters. It felt she reads the story with more emotion in Calla from the first word. She speaks with personality for all the characters along with voice differences such as scratchy or deeper. I really enjoyed the differentiation between them all, making it easy to tell who was talking. She even carried through with similar voices from the first book voiced by a different narrator. Well done. I think I enjoy Jill's narration much more than the narrator of the first book.
Yes. It's very neat to see the traveling world in this book. We get lots of details of different things with traveling. It did NOT feel like an info dump either. *Bonus* It is the story and it all comes out to help us understand the way of time and space travels. So much to the way of doing things and rules along with people having special abilities to do unique things in traveling. We also find out, at the very beginning, what is after Calla! I'm so glad this book jumped in with details and answers. Thank you, Chess!
With all the great things we learn of the world, we get to see Calla fall in love. Calla doesn't realize it until she's gone and fallen. But she does. This is Calla and Valcas's story of falling in love all over again while they are looking for her father, and stuck in the Fire Falls.
Also, I enjoyed the characters that join to help Calla and Valcas on the mission to find her father.
This story is a YA Paranormal read and is a clean story for young readers to enjoy. There is no swearing and barely a kiss is present. I would suggest this story for many young readers. The story is a simple one, a mission to find Plaka while Calla and Valcas seem to be skating around each other while feelings grow. It held my attention as it feels character based here and the characters feel developed in the story and voice.
I loved this book. As many questions as it answers, it brings up more questions. new layers of the characters are revealed in this book. there are also new characters. they are all unique. (one character can observe and recall the smallest of details and reenact conversations he has heard- it is amazing) the journey is exciting, and is paced well.
it definitely is making me crave the third one. hurry up with the recording of the third book. I need to know what happens. I need to know the rest of the secrets Valcas is concealing.
The narrator brings this story to life. these two books are awesome. did I mention that I am looking forward to the third one? also awesome cover on this book as well.
Great book two in the series.......book three should be amazing.
An easy book to listen to which draws you in to the story.
To truly enjoy this book listen to Travel Glasses first. The second book wastes no time with backstory and jumps right into the action. Calla is thrust headlong into a quest with a group of enjoyable partners.
A minor pet peeve of mine is at times some of the future technology doesn't seem to be well thought out. Time travel is possible but a screen projector still has to warm up before turning on. Insight Kindling is still well worth the read.
I was gifted this book
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com"
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