Endless by Amanda Grey Review

andTitle: Endless

Author: Amanda Gray

Star rating: 4/5

So what’s it about?

This is a beautiful story of Jenny and Nikolai.

Jenny was always different from the other kids, her fingerless gloves and the fact that she shuns human contact proves that but no-one really knows the reason for her unusual behaviour. Jenny sees things when she touches people… She sees pain and suffering – things that from the past that have shaped the people she knows.

So when she starts to dream about Maria and Nikolai, she knows that there is something different about the dreams… who is the girl that she becomes? Who is the handsome Nikolai that looks out for her – who promises to find her?

Nikolai invades Jenny’s life and art. But Nikolai isn’t the only new comer into her life and dreams. Ben too shares a dream experience with Jenny – one that proves they are linked to one another.

When they green eyed Nikolai appears in her waking hours the questions begin and Jenny discovers that even her own family are not who she thinks they are.

Love it or hate it?

This is a lovely story. It is beautifully told and cleverly brings in historical references to the narrative. The mystery of the monks, the box and the boys keeps the reader engaged throughout. The characters are intriguing and easy to identify with and the author leaves you wanting to find out more. I will certainly be following this author in the hopes that there is a sequel to be had!

A recommended read!

Reviewer: Hagnut

Title: Endlessand

Author: Amanda Gray

Star rating: 3/5 stars

So what's it about?

Jenny Kramer is different - she can sometimes see people's pasts when she touches them. 

When she befriends Ben, a newbie in the neighbourhood, they find a music box through which they discover a shared past and Jenny refinds her soul mate. 
 

Love it or hate it? 

Endless is an interesting book with an intriguing storyline. 

I was hooked from the beginning and despite not being wowed I enjoyed it.

Reviewer: Jess

Note: I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Month9Books and Amanda Gray.

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