Monday, September 7, 2015

BOOK REVIEW: "Item And Time" by T.H. Morris

Jonah Rowe’s life is going great. His accounting days are behind him, he has a job in a bookstore that he looks forward to each day, and he has more allies than he can count among his fellow Eleventh Percenters. 
But when a mysterious woman suddenly invades Jonah’s dreams and warns him of danger of a chronological nature, a game of cat-and-mouse ensues that will intertwine their fates. 
Who is this mystery woman, and why does she believe that both she and Jonah are in danger? Will Jonah find all the answers? Will he be able to protect this woman and himself?Most importantly, will he be able to do this before time runs out? 
The second installment of The 11TH Percent Series brings back familiar faces while also introducing new ones. A race against time ensues, spirits abound, and enemies appear in the unlikeliest of places as this new breed of ghost story continues! 

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest reivew.

In the second 11TH Percent book, we meet up with Jonah again, not long after his story in book one ended. I'm glad the story continued with him, as he was a really great character, a perfect everyman thrust into the world of the supernatural.
In this series, the ghost world runs paralel to our world, and a selcet few can see through the veil, like Jonah can.
Just when his life seems to be going his way, Jonah is visited by a ghostly woman and warned of impending danger that only he can avert. Unlike in the first book, Jonah is not alone in his struggles. He has allies and adversaries, all of whom make this story deeper and richer than its predecessor (and I LOVED the first book).
You should read the first book before pickign this one up, so you're not confused, but I can promise you that you will NOT be disappointed! I can't give too much away, because this is a spoiler-free zone. I will say that there are STILL many unanswered questions when this story ends, leaving me dying for the next book!
Morris is one Hell of a storyteller. He hooks you and doesn't let you go, even after you finish the book.

5/5--fun and mystical.

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