Saturday, July 26, 2014

Book Review: Exile by Rachel Starr Thomson

(The Oneness Cycle Book 1) 
by Rachel Starr Thomson

Kindle Edition
File Size: 3318 KB
Print Length: 241 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Little Dozen Press (January 10, 2014)
Amazon Kindle Link

Note: I received a review copy of this book free from the publisher, Little Dozen Press. The review posted below is based on my personal thoughts while reading the book.

Ratings: ★ ★ 

My thoughts:

I liked Reese's story, I always enjoy reading about angels, demons, and details of heaven and hell. It was that good during the first part of the story but as soon as The Oneness was discussed, I got lost. The Oneness keeps too many secrets, been guessing too many twists but it didn't reveal its secrets up until half of the book and it became tiring. From then on I can't keep up anymore with the story and the characters. 

There are others who enjoyed the book, to read them, click HERE.

About the book:

When Tyler fishes the girl out of the bay, he thinks she's dead. 

She wishes she was. 

For Reese, life ended when the supernatural entity called the Oneness threw her out. For Tyler, dredging Reese out of the water means life is nothing he thought. 

In a world where the Oneness exists, nothing looks the same. Dead men walk. Demons prowl the air. Old friends peel back their mundane masks and prove as supernatural as angels. 

The Oneness changes everything. 

And getting Reese home, making her One again, will change Tyler--and his roommate, Chris, whose connections with the Oneness have been buried most of his life--forever.

About the author:

Rachel Starr Thomson is a writer, indie publisher, and editor. She's the author of The Oneness Cycle, The Seventh World Trilogy, and many other books.

Rachel dwells in southern Canada but regularly travels all over North America, writing, speaking, and singing. She's a homeschool graduate, a lover of long walks, good books, and hot tea, and a counter-cultural revolutionary who thinks we'd all be much better off if we pitched our television sets out the nearest window.

You can visit Rachel's website,, to learn more about her work, read free stuff, and sign up for her newsletter.


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