The Hitchhiker, Part 1: On the Run

The Hitchhiker Part On the Run Stevie Baines is on the run She left behind the tiny town of Huck Gully her dead end job and her vindictive ex With no money and no resources beyond her own strength it s hard to imagine she ll sur

  • Title: The Hitchhiker, Part 1: On the Run
  • Author: Kathleen Dienne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stevie Baines is on the run She left behind the tiny town of Huck Gully, her dead end job, and her vindictive ex With no money and no resources beyond her own strength, it s hard to imagine she ll survive for long on the road.Her lover was only trying to help when he introduced her to Grath, whose body is miles away and whose thoughts are in the head of whoever is holdStevie Baines is on the run She left behind the tiny town of Huck Gully, her dead end job, and her vindictive ex With no money and no resources beyond her own strength, it s hard to imagine she ll survive for long on the road.Her lover was only trying to help when he introduced her to Grath, whose body is miles away and whose thoughts are in the head of whoever is holding an otherworldly device That device can cure, heal, protect, and even grant wishes after a fashion That kind of power makes Grath a tremendous ally That kind of power can also make enemies, and Grath has his own agenda.Now she s running from than ever, but she s finally on her way.

    One thought on “The Hitchhiker, Part 1: On the Run”

    1. I was really intrigued by the idea of a serialised novel where you can download a bit more of the story every month. Apart from the fact that I'm impatient and already want to know what happens next I really like the idea of having short installments that can be easily read when you don't have much time to spare. On the Run is part one of the novel and although it is short it was able to catch my attention and hook me enough to want to continue reading the rest of the story. Main character Stevi [...]

    2. As a short, introductory serial, the plot is also somewhat abbreviated, consisting of only a few scenes. That said, the scenes are well-developed and of good quality. The conflict that promises to drive the story throughout the series is well-introduced, and though it is by no means resolved, given that this is just the start, it definitely aroused my curiosity.The book carries straight through, keeping a steady pace and never growing boring. *** See the full review at Sift: siftbookreviews/2Rev [...]

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