Book Review: Cycles by: Lois D. Brown


Levanter Publishing 

Publish Date:
December 15, 2011

From Author for Review 


She remembers things that never happened.
She's a stranger in her own home.
She always knew she was different.
She just didn't know why.
Until now.

Renee Beaumont is about to die . . . again. 

Review: When I read the synopsis of Cycles, I wasn't sure what I was in for once I started reading. Cycles blew me away! Cycles is a beautifully written blend of the scientific and spiritual which explode into the life of a 13 year old girl named Renee. I don't want to give much away about the plot because this is definitely one you need to read - pronto! Renee's life is falling apart around her and she doesn't know who to trust anymore, except for her best friend Sam and an older woman, Gamma Didi. From ancient American Indian legends to eclipses to genetics to the 'fountain of youth', Cycles is wonderfully original and eerily realistic. Ms. Brown will keep you entranced from the first page...

Series: Cycles (1), Spaces (2)

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