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Annabeth Neverending

At first, teenager Annabeth Prescott thinks she’s found quite a deal when she talks down the price of an ankh pendant she discovers at a flea market. She soon wonders if the bauble is more than she's bargained for when she faints and glimpses images from a past life in ancient Egypt.

The discovery coincides with another new find: Gabriel, a handsome young man who takes an interest in her. When she meets his twin brother C. J. at a Halloween party, she realizes they look exactly like two boys who figure prominently into her memories.

Does C. J. share the heroic qualities held by his past incarnation Sethe, her bodyguard when she was Princess Ana? Does Gabriel possess the same evil powers he wielded as Kha, the black sorcerer who sought her affection?

Love meets the supernatural in this gripping young adult paranormal romance. Readers with an interest in reincarnation, as well as ancient Egypt, will be drawn to its mystical mixture of history and hesitation as Annabeth sways between the two brothers.

Will her reincarnated soulmate win out? Or will Kha finally find the way to her heart?

 

 

 

Not only did I instantly fall in love with the story,  I also fell hard for the author's creativity, story telling abilities and the magnificent work with her characters and world building. I never got lost between the Anna of the present and the Anna of ancient Egypt and I was pleasantly surprised between the outcomes of Gabriel and C. J. I was transported ever so effortlessly to Egypt of old and loved how I felt like I was there as the author captured all of my senses. I did dislike how Anna did Gabriel and C. J.  but by the end with the shocking revelation it made complete sense to me.  I look forward to reading more from this captivating author.

5 Stars

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  1. It does sound like an interesting plot; not in my usual types of books I read, but may consider it down the road :)

    Enjoy the rest of the challenge!

    betty
    http://viewsfrombenches.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Betty! Glad you might consider it.

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    2. Thanks for stopping by Betty! Glad you might consider it.

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  2. This isn't something I would normally read but it sounds like I would enjoy it. I like the idea of the supernatural element
    Debbie

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    1. I found it quite hard to put down once I started to read it. Thanks for stopping by!

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    2. I found it quite hard to put down once I started to read it. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Wow this sounds fantastic, I'm adding it to my goodreads right now!

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    1. Glad to hear it. I am positive you will enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. I can see how the mysteries of ancient Egypt and the possibilities of young romance would appeal to YA readers. I went through a phase like that myself.

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    1. It's only recently that I myself have found ancient Egypt appealing. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Oh, this sounds interesting, I'll have to check it out. Have you read The Eye of Horus by Carol Thurston? It's excellent and has similar themes :)

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    1. I haven't but will check it out. Thanks for the recommendation and for stopping by!

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  6. Thanks for stopping by GirlZombieAuthors - (Btw, if you need a Z for YA books and don't mind zombies, I have a more light-hearted book about a part-zombie girl... Not the typical zombie book... :)

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  7. Sounds interesting. Enjoy the rest of the challenge!

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