Thursday, January 15, 2015

**** Review of The Messenger By Pamela Dumond ******

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~*~*~My Review ~*~*~
Wow this book was not only a great young adult romance, but it had a bit of a historical lesson with it. the lead in the story Madeline had a rough start to her childhood. with the disappearance of her mother after a terrible accident. she has to learn to concur her fears. with the Help of a Friend and a young man she is falling for. she dose just that. be for warned this book can be upsetting at times. when she travels back in time, she learns that things were harder back then. And Pamela DuMond must have done a lot research as this book is real close to what really happened. thier was one scene when a charicter in the story gets punished for something he dose. But today would not happen as we have grown as a country, and now treat each other better. No matter our race or religious beliefs.
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. I cannot wait to see book tow comes out.

~*~*~Description ~*~*~
Sixteen-year-old Madeline's cheated death once. She was but a baby in a booster seat in her mama's car when they were rammed off a tall, Chicago parking garage. She lived. Her mama disappeared. But when Madeline's shoved in front of a speeding commuter train she believes death has claimed her. Maybe. Maybe not.
Madeline wakes in the warm, dead body of a girl who was slain moments earlier in a brutal raid on a colonial outpost. She quickly learns she has time traveled hundreds of years into the past to claim her birth right as a Messenger – a soul, who if properly trained, can slip through time's fabric at will, delivering messages that could change one life or many.

But falling into a forbidden love with her soulmate, Samuel, a Native boy, attracts the wrong kind of attention. Rumors of witchcraft and spying could get them killed. Worse - deadly Hunters, dark-souled predators as well as skilled time travelers, crave Madeline's powers. Can Madeline find the way back to the future in time to save herself and Samuel?

~*~*~About The Author ~*~*~
Pamela DuMond  

Pamela DuMond is the writer who discovered Erin 
Brockovich's life story, thought it would
make a great movie and pitched it to 'Hollywood'.
She's addicted to the TV shows The Voice, and Reign. 
 The movies Love Actually and The
Bourne trilogy (with Matt Damon -- not that other actor guy,) 
make her cry every time she
watches them. (Like -- a thousand.) She likes her cabernet 
hearty, her chocolate dark and she
lives for a good giggle.
When she's not writing Pamela's also a chiropractor and cat 
wrangler. She loves reading,
 the beach, working out, movies, TV, animals, her family and friends. She lives in Venice,
California with her fur-babies.
You can find her website and contact her 
at .
On a side note—the author’s great, great, great, great to the 
nth degree grandfather came to
America from France in the year 1657. His name was Lord 
Jean Petreus Dumont. So feel free
to call her Lady DuMond if you wish. Carry on.

Pamela's also a chiropractor. She loves the beach, working out, TV,
movies, animals, her family and friends. She lives in Venice, 
California with her fur-babies.

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