Thursday, January 30, 2014
The Sea Inside (Cerulean Songs #1) - Vickie Johnstone
If you could escape your troubles by going to an alternate reality, would you? And would the problems you find there be worse than the ones you left behind?
As The Sea Inside opens, Jayne is in a hospital, recovering from an accident that robbed her of the ability to walk. She is approached there by a mysterious woman, who offers her an escape -- a crystal that, it turns out, transports Jayne to a magical land where everything is blue, people live under the sea, and she can walk again. There, she meets the love of her life.
Returned to her home world against her will, Jayne wants to go back. Only (of course!) time moves differently there; even if she succeeds, things may be very different from when she left.
Still, she has to try.
I found The Sea Inside to be an appealing fantasy novel -- and not just because blue is my favorite color. I'm looking forward to seeing where Johnstone takes her story in future installments.
Posted by Lynne Cantwell at 6:00 PM
Labels: Cerulean Songs, review, The Sea Inside, Vickie Johnstone
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