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Customer Reviews for Thomas Nelson Empty Mansions: Couplers Series Book #2 - eBook

Thomas Nelson Empty Mansions: Couplers Series Book #2 - eBook

Dawn and Adam are now adept at using the Coupler technology, but they are still learning about the world outside their community. While their commander tries to find out more about the R.A.T. (Robotic Alien Technology) invaders, he gets himself stranded in space. At the same time back on Dawn's family's farm, her grandfather falls into a coma, and Dawn's little sister seems to be dealing with the situation in a peculiar way. Dawn is torn between her duties in the Tech Corps and visiting her home. Fortunately, her bond with Adam has developed to the point where they can share their concerns with each other, and the resolution of both crises just might be pivotal in solving the mystery behind the R.A.T.s! Ages 13 and up
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Review 1 for Empty Mansions: Couplers Series Book #2 - eBook
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Date:May 31, 2008
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n0t0fth1s34rth
I understand what Corey wrote, but my take on it was less of a cliffhanger for issue one, more of a going for complete stories in each issue. I think the series is having a tough time finding an audience, though, so Corey might have hit it on the head. My kids (4 and 6) love looking at the pictures, though. Very little actual Christian content, but interesting stories, and by issue 4 I'll bet that there is a great payoff.
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Review 2 for Empty Mansions: Couplers Series Book #2 - eBook
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Date:May 29, 2008
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Corey Bramlett
I have to admit that I'm just disappointed with this book. Book one left off with what appeared to be a cliff hanger, plus some conflict between the main characters. This one, ignores where book one left off, the main characters have made the most of their differences reacting well to each other. As the description reads the main characters are now adept at using coupler technology, we were not even introduced to it in book 1 and now they have it all figured out.I feel like I missed book 1.5 that explained more. Kind of waiting for book 3 before giving up on this series, I'm hoping that book three doesn't need a book 2.5
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