Book Review: Spaces by: Lois D. Brown

Rating: 4/5

Publisher: Levanter Publishing

Publication Date: February 28, 2013

Origins:  From Author for Review

Format:  E-book

Book Links:  Amazon / Barnes & Noble

Synopsis: Spaces is a sequel to the book Cycles.

After Renee’s life is threatened, she takes on a new identity and moves to New York with her family. There she finds herself haunted—whether by someone real or something supernatural she doesn’t know—and finding out may be the last thing she ever does.

Cycles series: Cycles (1), Spaces (2)

Review: SPACES takes up right where CYCLES left off and Renee’s still not out of danger even though she’s stopped cycling. Due to threats on Renee’s life, her family is uprooted and put into a sort-of witness protection. As Riley Bellemare, Renee starts a new school and meets new friends. Including Tyler, with whom she would like to be more than friends. Renee is also being haunted, but she’s not sure by what or whom. With her best friend, Sam, all the way across the country, she’s got to figure this out on her own. SPACES is a magical blend of science and the metaphysical with outstanding characters. I definitely recommend the Cycles Series, but stress that you should definitely start with CYCLES.

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