Under the Rainbow

Under the Rainbow Long before there was a grieving sister a dying brother or an adopted boyfriend there was a teenage boy who made a promise he wasn t able to keep When the only way to correct the past is to travel

  • Title: Under the Rainbow
  • Author: Amalie Jahn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Long before there was a grieving sister, a dying brother, or an adopted boyfriend, there was a teenage boy who made a promise he wasn t able to keep When the only way to correct the past is to travel back in time, lives will be forever changed in this prequel companion to The Clay Lion Series.

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      Published :2018-06-04T03:11:15+00:00

    One thought on “Under the Rainbow”

    1. So here's a fun fact: the book has the #4 below it, but it is, in fact, a recommended Prequel to this series. I saw this on Amalie's newsletter.Very short review:This was interesting at points, but didn't really seem necessary or really that full of action. I love time travel if there's a fun paradox or some interesting action with time warping, but this was not it for me.There was, however, lots of characters who had lots of details, but only a few actually set up the story's ending for the fir [...]

    2. I could've lived without reading this. It didn't really add any value to the main three books. It's interesting that the prequel leads most directly to the second book in the series as well. I don't think I'd have picked this unlikeable character to write a backstory about either. I didn't really like him any better at the end. Still, it was over very quickly.

    3. It often happens when you're reading a book that you love that you wonder things like, "Why does this person act this way?" "Why is he/she such a jerk?" "What could have happened in this person's life to make them who they are in the present?" Most of the time, you don't get that chance. But in Under the Rainbow, Amalie Jahn gives us the opportunity.In Ms. Jahn's extraordinary Clay Lion series, we saw little of Phil Johnson. He appeared to be a cold, callous, unfeeling man who almost universally [...]

    4. I read this the day it came out! This is a wonderful short story (prequel I suppose) involving the characters of 'The Clay Lion' Series.

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