Back on Earth, Sasha expected everything to go back to normal. But her old life no longer seems to fit, and her heart breaks daily for Thomas, the boy she left behind. Troubled by mysterious, often terrifying visions and the echoes of a self she was just beginning to discover, Sasha makes the difficult decision to journey once more through the tandem.
Thomas is waiting for her on the other side, and so is strange, otherworldly Selene, Sasha's analog from a third universe. The General believes Selene's world intends to invade Aurora, but it's Sasha and their other analog Juliana she needs. The three of them have a joint destiny and anew, remarkable power - one that could mean salvation for Selene's dying planet. With Thomas' help, Sasha and Selene search for the still-missing Juliana. But even if they can locate her, is Sasha willing to turn her back on love in pursuit of a fate she's not quite sure she believes in?
©2015 Anna Jarzab (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I am glad I read the second book in this series. The first was pretty good to me, but the second made it even better. Some of the things that I did not like in the first got better. And Celin, I was really annoyed with the random introduction of all the new characters, but I definitely enjoyed her. She was all about the mission. She reminded me of an android trying to learn about a new world, while trying to continue on with her mission. Like “Data” (90’s babies know who I am talking about) she was curious but did not waste time on the human emotion. I felt it was lacking beyond the half way mark that the General was not mentioned much. To be such a bad guy I expected a little more chase from him, but I dismissed that small annoyance thinking maybe he will show up more in book three. Julianna did not come full circle as much as I hoped. It seems the author wanted the reader to believe that, but I still felt like she was weak and should have been shamed by the others a little more. Too easily forgiven and she did not do much to regain trust. Thomas again was my favorite character. I loved the duty vs love struggle the author tried to push through. The last two chapters really made me gushy mainly because of him. I am excited to see what Cal will do as prince now that he is in love with a queen in another world. Overall great read and I have put book 3 on my to-read list.
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