Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Eternal Sea

The Eternal Sea should have been a sequel to another book, but the perspective it lent to the reader was marvelous, in the middle of a linear plot, where the story's already half-done. Your mind is figuring out things while their effects happen. Thoughts are happening in two places of time, and there's a reckless exhilaration of I know what they're talking about, without knowing anything at all.  With death, mystical stones, and vengeful goddesses, Angie Frazier makes sure your thoughts never crash, but your mind is given a roller coaster of turbulence! 

Dia, 13

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