the golden spiral.

{sequel to the hourglass door}

well. this was a little bit of a disappoinment. the end of the first book started to get a little crazy with the time travel whatnot. and this book just went deeper and deeper into the weirdness. the plot was kind of confusing. there were some scenes and dialogue that seemed pointless to me, almost like the author was stalling the resolution of the storyline so there could be a 3rd book in the series. but i still liked it. i'm hoping the third book, the forgotten locket, will redeem the series for me. it comes out next summer.

from the cover:

The hourglass door has closed behind Dante, sending him back in time to hunt down Zo, Tony, and V. Although giving him up was the hardest test she ever faced, Abby knows that Dante is the only one who can stop the others from destroying time itself. But almost immediately, things start to change, and Abby's worst fears are realized when Zo begins targeting her past specifically.

With each change that ripples through her present, Abby's life continues to spiral out of control. Her relationships with Jason, Natalie, and even her family are threatened to the breaking point. Zo's power is greater than Abby ever imagined. Will her love for Dante be enough to turn the tide?


Gina Louise said...

hey, did you finish that one book that was twilighty?

oh, by the way, i really am finishing fablehaven #3 now. half way there. :)

ariel said...

yeah, it was the hourglass door. you're welcome to borrow if you want!