Friday, February 4, 2022

Other Worlds Than These by Luke Bramley

Will is driving to his girlfriends with his parents in the back seat.  The road is slick and Will is trying to hurry.  Suddenly he loses control and they leave the road and fall in the river.  They are upside down and Will loses consciousness.  He gets rescued but his parents can't get out of their seat belts and drown.

The author shared his book with me for a review.

This is a story of fantasy and that keeps you reading because you don't know what is going to happen next.  Dead people come to life again.  There are people who can fly.  There are romances...

Even Will's parents appear alive again and he tries to find them.  Will gets married and they have a baby.  He has a good male friend.

There are adventures all the way through.  Will goes into a coma and Fay the baby daughter gets taken by an enemy.  They tell the wife that she can pick which one should die...

You never know where they will be or who will be with them.  It's a busy read and when you know the dead can rise again it gives you less worry about death.

It's a good read.

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