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BOOK REVIEW: Ascenders: Omorrow

On May 8th I finished another installment in the Ascenders Saga from C.L. Gaber, Omorrow. 

41iJBLo1I4LHere is the book blurb:

Expired at seventeen and living in a middle world for those who died young, Walker Callaghan and her rebellious love, Daniel Reid, have been tasked with an insurmountable mission: Find something hidden in the past that will forever change everything for the living and the dead.

Sent to a place where a second can mean a lifetime, Walker and Daniel find their existence threatened as they scour New York City decades to find the lost, secret writings of Albert Einstein. They are warned, “Die in the past and you will never be born in the future.”

History has a way of being rewritten by those who defy the odds. In the third book of the Ascenders Saga, will Walker manage to survive or delete her own story?

 

My review:

Another great story in the Ascenders saga! Gaber has once again created a story that is unique to it and yet totally believable. The world building is near perfection. The storyline never sags or stalls. Only disappointment was that the next installment isn’t ready 🙂 .

Daniel and Walker take on yet another adventure in trying to save not only themselves but their school administrator Dr. King. Adventures are never lacking in these books along with mystery, suspense, and a bit of romance.

 

If you love fantasy with adventure and suspense and mystery you have to get in on these books! You can get your copy on Amazon for only 99¢ (price is at the time this post was written, be sure to double check).

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