Fifteen minutes is all the Rewind Agency gives a person when they travel to the past, but for Lara Crane it's enough for her to race through the city, find her mother, and stop her from being killed in a mugging that happened over 10 years ago. But the story she's been told all her life is a lie. When Lara takes a bullet meant for her mother, her future changes forever. A new house, new friends, and a new boyfriend turns Lara's life upside down.
"Worst narration I've heard to date."
Natalie Johnson has always dreamed she's someone else - calm, beautiful, in control. A chosen warrior with a maniacal arch nemesis and a dreamy boyfriend, the type that can make your knees melt and your heart quiver. Real life is much different. She's tormented by a bully and endures the sharp tongue of her father, but finds solace in her dreams.
"Difficult story and narration"
Any form of clutter, be it in your home or your life in general, is bad. While clutter in your home constitutes a home being messy, where things are just lying around in an untidy manner, clutter in your life signifies your feelings and approach toward life. A cluttered life would mean your body, mind, and spirit being uneasy with the way things are around you. In such cases, you should adopt a more balanced approach toward living your life.
Lara Crane is stuck in her mind, in an indefinite stream of timelines where her life is perfect, just the way she wants it to be. But it's not real. It's all made up to give those who want to use time travel for their own personal ambitions. To give time to finish their experiments and turn Lara into a deadly time travel assassin.
"good second book"
Life was easier in the cage, now Lara Crane's life is under a microscope. She thought she was out, ready for a normal life, but with the Feds' endless questions and tests, Lara realizes she might never be free. Things would be worse if not for Donovan. They promise to ride it out together as Lara is fitted with a time travel restraint, designed to not only stop her, but to save her life as her mind spirals out of control. No more second chances. No more time travel to revert everything back the way it was once before.
The only thing worse than dying, is running away... Since becoming employed by a supernatural protection agency, Natalie Johnson's life has been more interesting than ever. While most teens are working on their summer tans, Natalie works on slaughtering the undead lurking just outside her town's borders.
Susan Monroe doesn't ask for much: good grades from her children, a house with room for a pool, to be the best Tupperware party host in New Haven 56. But inside her tranquil 1950s styled community, a monster lurks. A monster that lives inside Susan, and every one of her superficially perfect neighbors, held in check by the oppressive police state that rules over them. Susan happy life is torn apart when her teenage son goes missing the same night an explosion rips apart the community.
In the Demon Royale, Natalie defeated a demon queen and conquered the werewolf curse. Now it's the fall and Natalie faces her more dangerous foe. Detention. Slaying vampires and keeping up with school work is hard. Throw in an alcoholic father, and Natalie's plate is full. But when a call comes in the middle of the night, that Michelle's Tracker young brother is sick, Natalie sneaks out to check up on them.
New Haven 57 is opening for business - bigger landscape, nicer homes, and tougher reconditioning techniques that will make resistant glistenings docile. A caravan of glistenings from overcrowded concentration camps are en route to their new home. For Jenna Morgan, it's the final job before she retires forever to a happy low key life.
"Keep them coming"
It's just another day at the Silver Train Diner until Relish goes missing. Ketchup, along with his trusty sidekick Mustard, must cross the treacherous caverns of dining booths to reach the fiery infernos of Kitchen to save their old friend. Along the way they will meet old friends, and make new enemies.