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    Free Unlimited eBook brothers must learn to cope with the drastic turn their lives have taken and the unfamiliarity of their surroundings, as well as their grief By some stroke Window in PDF or of fate, there is one other person their age in the area a girl named Kylie She tells the brothers of a local mystery about a girl who disappeared one day in a nearby ancient cave used by Native Americans, and the three spend their summer together exploring it, eventually finding that there is still a bit of magic left in a world that seems bereaved of hopePublisher Weekly Reviewer Following the death of their parents in a car accident,year old in the Earth Kindle Ô Christopher Janes and hisyear old brother James arrive in Pine Hallow, Missouri to live with theiryear old grandfather, Mathias Bones Chris and James adapt quickly to life in Pine Hollow, becoming fast friends with Kylie, who shares with them the town legend of the Niutachi Indian cave a cave into which a young woman named Alena mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind only her shoes and a necklace The boys explore the cave while Bones is at a doctor s appointment, and discover a window set in the cave wall that gives them access to past memories times when their parents were still alive Each trip through the window seems to bring them closer to the mystery of Alena s disappearance, which had a dark impact on Kylie s family Very slow to get started, the narrative gains strength as James and Chris try to piece together the connection between their found objects and the memories they represent Most touching is Bones s recollection of a past dance with his now deceased wife, and his subsequent refusal to taint that memory Chris and James never really develop beyond their respectively bookish and athletic descriptions, but the engaging premise and mystery of the window is enough to propel the plot along A few odd turns of phrase, such as well knowing and pile down aside, this is a competent piece of magical fictionBookA Window in the DarknessA college student, Jack Wolfe, on the verge of dropping out school, recieves a mysterious message from his brother asking Jack to check on their parents in Pine Hallow,Missouri, a small and remote community that has all but disappeared over time Jack, along with his girlfriend Emma Creek, leave in search of answers on a task that will bring them to the very edge of sanityBookA Window in the Earth RevisitedAfter the sudden death of James Janes s wife, James and his ten year old daughter head back to Pine Hollow James has returned in a desperate search for the memories and magic that existed so long ago in order to reunite him with his lost love, all the while dealing with the nagging belief that he cannot raise his daughter alone."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 560 pages
  • Window in the Earth Trilogy
  • Matthew Fish
  • English
  • 14 February 2019

10 thoughts on “Window in the Earth Trilogy

  1. Mj Mj says:

    I rarely write a review if it isn t a stellar one, because as an author myself, I don t want to write something I personally wouldn t like to read However, this trilogy bothered me so much, I feel compelled to write what is a far less than stellar review It s an honest review, and I m sorry I can t write apositive one.The first question I had to ask myself was Is this really a trilogy Book 1 A Window In the Earth genre fantasyThis book was pretty good It was a nice, gentle story I I rarely write a review if it isn t a stellar one, because as an author myself, I don t want to write something I personally wouldn t like to read However, this trilogy bothered me so much, I feel compelled to write what is a far less than stellar review It s an honest review, and I m sorry I can t write apositive one.The first question I had to ask myself was Is this really a trilogy Book 1 A Window In the Earth genre fantasyThis book was pretty good It was a nice, gentle story I actually thought it was a story for kids Understand, I d never read any books by this author previously and hadn t heard of him before, either However, I m used to many fantasy books with child characters having been written specifically for children, and this felt like one of them, with a few exceptions.It made me a bit uncomfortable, because the book somewhat successfully, somewhat unsuccessfully straddles a fine line between elements in a kids book and later on elements in a book written for adults It starts out from a child s point of view, and to me, that s probably the most telling thing that led me to believe it was a book for children It wasn t until one of the main characters started cursing that I started to realize it was for adults, but throughout, it still had that feeling of a book for kids.I think if the story had been written differently, to aadult level, it might have beensuccessful as a book written fully for adults, without that nebulous neither here nor there feeling I can think of ways it could have been done, but this is a review, not an editing session, and editing is inappropriate to place within a review.The plot itself no spoilers wasn t too bad It was a nice fantasy story, and I think if it had been written solely for children, it could have been a great book for children The ending was decent, as well.Book 2 A Window in the Darkness genre HORRORThis book was absolutely gory It was nothing but unremitting, bleak horror, up to the very, very end, with so few bright moments, it couldn t overtake the terrible darkness of the entire book I wouldn t call this a book for children or for adults I would call this a book for people who like to be grossed out to the max Someone who would watch a movie like Faces of Death and enjoy it would like this book.The plot itself was depressing, disturbing and horrific enough, but something that was almost as depressing, disturbing and horrific was the amount of past and present tense switching While the first book had a lot of typos, spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors I love indie authors, but doesn t anyone hire a freaking proofreader any and no, your spouse or kids don t count as professionals , it didn t have this much of an issue with the past and present tense switching In other words, Joe does this He felt this way He saw this Now he sees that Back and forth, with no consistency whatsoever.More than once I saw this kind of error they lied together under the stars What does that mean Were the characters inventing some false story to get away with something as they were under the stars Why no They were laying together under the stars.Some errors are forgivable, but this one wasn t, because it changed the entire meaning of at least two sentences, perhaps .The thing that was supposed to tie this book together with the previous one was the use of some characters and a location from the first story Meh Didn t work While I liked the characters from the first book, they served no purpose by placing them in this horrific debacle Nor did the location serve a purpose It would have been far better for the author to have written the book to take place somewhere else, with other characters invented for the purpose, and call it a horror or dark fantasy book.Truthfully, the author would have been far better served writing book 1 as a standalone and book 2 as a standalone, as well They re two entirely different genres, for crying out loud Each book would reach a far different audience I don t like the horror genre I like fantasy and science fiction, and this second book fit neither genre It was pure horror, shock and gore.Toward the end of the book though not at the very end , there is a sudden interview with the author Not the author of this book, however yet, it s written as if it is Confused So was I The real author mentions his own name in the interview as a pen name he almost used Ouch Makes my head hurt.The interviewer s name is a takeoff of a popular fairy tale character, though no idea why this particular one was chosen With all of the horror and distasteful gore in this book, the author should have chosen a name like Jason Or Jeffrey Dahmer Hannibal Lecter, anyone At least it would have been in keeping with the gory theme running through this book, and it would have beenhonest.After answering some questions that are designed to clear up the plot, which at this point feels nonsensical, the story picks up again More nonsense More strange sci fi ish talk to allegedly tie the trilogy together, bring up some gobbledygook from the first book where it at least made sense it doesn t here , spare no gore.Book ends Slightly uplifting ending, but not very Bleah.Book 3 A Window in the Earth Revisited genre somewhat of a fantasy novel, depressingThis book starts with a note from the author about how the first book was supposed to be a standalone, but he decided after looking at his notes to write a third book This is reallyof a short story or novella, as the first book thankfully takes up most of the space in the complete, um, trilogy The second book takes up a large chunk, so the third book is mercifully brief The author s explanation is of a sequel, and I couldn t really understand if he was saying the second book was supposed to be the sequel or the third book Book 3 is written from the point of view of one of the main characters from book 1, obviously in aup to date setting It begins at a very sad, depressing time for this character.Nitpicky note while this book kind of short for a book suffers from the same typos, misspellings, punctuation and grammatical afflictions as the first two, half the time the author couldn t be bothered capitalizing the pet s name It also has problems with tense, though these aren t quite as prevalent as they were in book 2.Nitpicky note 2 In book 1, the place where most of the action occurred was called Pine Hallow Perhaps realizing his mistake, the author calls it Pine Hollow consistently throughout book 3, yet has made no attempt to correct this in book 1 He also includes this latter spelling in his note before starting book 3.I m not sure if the author knows the difference between the two terms Hallow means to revere or respect, to sanctify or consecrate Somehow, I don t believe his purpose was to insinuate respect or worship for pines, but rather Pine Hollow, as in space or indentation, a spot town among the pines.This book was very slow moving, with nothing of substance happening until chapter 7 As this is one of the chapters toward the end of the book, we get the tiniest bit of fantasy, and up until then, a lot of introspection, self doubt of the two main characters, memories, regrets, etc., as well as gettingintrospection, self doubt, memories, etc., after the tiny bit of fantasy.If you want to read this series and you like fantasy, something that moves along, read book 1 I wouldn t bother with book 2 unless you re a huge horror fan, and if you are, you ll probably dislike book 1 and enjoy book 2 As for book 3, for me, a fantasy sci fi fan, it was meh If I could deliver a message to myself in the past before reading this series, I would say to read Book 1 only and forget the other two


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