Through Glass, Episode Six

Through Glass Episode Six The Through Glass Novella Series continues with the Sixth episode in this dark and twisted tale that has been called Fantastically Dark and Hauntingly Twisted by Dark Reads They thought they were alon

  • Title: Through Glass, Episode Six
  • Author: Rebecca Ethington
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Through Glass Novella Series continues with the Sixth episode in this dark and twisted tale that has been called Fantastically Dark and Hauntingly Twisted by Dark Reads They thought they were alone in the dark, in the house, they thought they were only being followed by one enemy, but now there are two not including the children But something is wrong with the chiThe Through Glass Novella Series continues with the Sixth episode in this dark and twisted tale that has been called Fantastically Dark and Hauntingly Twisted by Dark Reads They thought they were alone in the dark, in the house, they thought they were only being followed by one enemy, but now there are two not including the children But something is wrong with the children, something that Lex can t place, and Travis wishes to run from The question now is, who will be strong enough to pull the trigger.

    One thought on “Through Glass, Episode Six”

    1. I read this way too fast. And what a cliffhanger! Now I get to stew over this for two weeks until I find out what happens next. Abran is one scary dude. I need more.

    2. Just when I thought this series couldn't surprise me any more.So Episode 6 picks up right where 5 left off, in Bridget's POV. She's just discovered the video files that prove Lex's and Travis's little brother was alive a lot longer than Travis believed. Not only did he turn into a Tar, he could stand in the light. This both terrified and intrigued Bridget. Cut scene back to Lex and Travis who are in a house with two hotters or children who've been in their house since the world went dark. Travis [...]

    3. So I downloaded and read volumes 5 and 6 together and I think for that reason I enjoyed it all a lot more than when I just read volume 4 by itself. I felt like the story made some good progression, things are happening again, and I'm interested to see how it will all play out. I'm not loving the writing style. It's all just so dramatic and so intense ok, here's an example:"right then, I became afraid. I became afraid of the way that he stood before me, his behavior alerting something deep down i [...]

    4. This was between a 3.0 and a 3.5 for me. It was more exposition and less action than I would have liked. Plot:In Volume Five, Lex and Travis ended up in a house with two children. While they are finding out more about the children’s past, Bridget is back at the compound finding out more and more about Lex and Travis’ brother and the experiments that Abran had been doing. Characters:In this one, we start to see some of Lex’s maternal instincts come out. On the other hand, Travis seems to re [...]

    5. This book picked up where #5 left off. Bridget has finally found out that Lex & Travis' brother is a Tar but is able to handle more. He is also not just any Tar, he can go out in the daylight. Travis & Lex are are in a house with two kids who have been there from the beginning but the little boy is sick. There is so much going on in the installment and I really hope that there is an episode 7!!! (hint, hint)

    6. I read the last 3 in a row, so it was like a regular book(almost). After each book ends on a cliffhanger it's hard to get into the next one. I wish that the books were slightly longer, so I could attach to the characters better, before it ends. Otherwise I love the story

    7. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the previous ones, but I'm not sure why, I can't really say what I didn't like.

    8. This series is unlike anything I have ever read, and I LOVE IT!!! The twists and turns keep you in suspense and you just want more!

    9. Best yet! Love this! More please!I wants it! I needs it!Very, and I mean VERY, engrossing novella series. I can't get this story out of my head.

    10. RIVETING READINGI love this series, can't wait for the next one. Rebecca writes with such ease. her books flow so effortless.

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