Summary

Dawn belongs to a secret group of teenagers who play a cloak and dagger game on their cell phones. Her world is turned upside down when the players' actions begin to affect reality, and not in good ways.
©2014 Terry Schott (P)2017 Podium Publishing
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3 out of 5 stars
By Sintia on 19-12-17

Mediocre at best

I love the series, but this book was a drag to listen to. I really enjoyed all the books so far, but for this one I couldn't wait for it to be over so I can get back to the main story.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Splodge on 14-07-17

Another broken recording

I only buy these Audiobooks to listen to on my Amazon Echo but this is another one that is broken, book 4 was too. Amazon own both companies, you'd think that somebody would test these things. This one gets to chapter 19 then starts again from the beginning. I thought maybe chapter 40 might be chapter 20 but it wasn't. Alexa couldn't play any chapter above 35 at all

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2 out of 5 stars
By Eric Travis on 25-06-17

Bait and Switch

Would you try another book from Terry Schott and/or Luke Daniels?

I'm still planning on reading the story that was previewed, twice now, at the end of the book.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Soulstone: The Skeleton King by J.A. Cipriano

Which character – as performed by Luke Daniels – was your favorite?

I want to say Sam but the lack of character development makes him a hard sell.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Shadows?

The subplot with the two girls and the "Red Hoodie". It served no purpose towards the story and only made the characters more foolish. Those pages could have been used to flush out the Kyle character.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Michael Moussa on 23-05-17

The preview of the next book was better than the entirety of this one

My wife and I have greatly enjoyed the series thus far so it pains me to say this, but what the heck? The last book left off with so many interesting things going on and this one is set way before the timeframe of any of the other books, so the previous story is left hanging until the next book.

Worse, after getting to the end of this one finally, I found myself thinking "oh, ok... that's interesting I guess, but why'd we need a whole book for it?" rather than the "my mind was just blown so many times" feeling I had after the learning the truth about Tygon and who the timeless really were, etc in the previous books.

I'm sure the story in this book will be expanded on in one of the following books and it will all tie in nicely, but I didn't like the way this "interlude" was done at all unfortunately.

Of course, Luke Daniels gets his "I wish there were six stars" rating as usual!

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