Abraham's Men

Abraham s Men College sopho Chloe Adams returns to Birch Harbor determined to find the remnants of the secret society known as Abraham s Men Yet the only clues she has are the words find Ian Rose and a strange cod

  • Title: Abraham's Men
  • Author: Kristen Selleck
  • ISBN: 9780615706122
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • College sopho Chloe Adams returns to Birch Harbor determined to find the remnants of the secret society known as Abraham s Men.Yet, the only clues she has are the words find Ian Rose and a strange coded journal that once belonged to her father.No longer able to hear the voices that have plagued her for most of her life, and finally having the loving home she has alwaCollege sopho Chloe Adams returns to Birch Harbor determined to find the remnants of the secret society known as Abraham s Men.Yet, the only clues she has are the words find Ian Rose and a strange coded journal that once belonged to her father.No longer able to hear the voices that have plagued her for most of her life, and finally having the loving home she has always dreamed of, Chloe struggles to define what she wants Until fate and her mentor conspire to offer her the chance to discover the truth.Unfortunately, the truth might kill her.

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    1. When I read Asylum last year, I was drawn into Chloe's world of ghosts and madness. She unraveled and had to find a way to come to terms with her abilities so that she could put herself back together again. This book didn't quite have the same level of creep as the first did but we're starting to get answers and those answers are leading to more questions. Which is very good.I'm going to go on record here and say that Sam is I don't know. Toxic, maybe. Her actions when she saw Seth in town and s [...]

    2. I am already anxious for the next book to come out to answer my questions. This one answered questions from the first, and left me with even more.I like that Chloe is coming out of herself a bit more, and interacting with more friends. However, I'd love to see more interactions with Seth and fewer with Sam. I hate Sam, she does seem to be very toxic to Chloe, and wants to see more of a "yes man" than a friend. Seth is acting on with Chloe's best interest in mind, and I think that's what she need [...]

    3. First of all, before I say anything about Abraham's Men, I have to clarify that I haven't read the first book of this series (yet!). I was one of the lucky winners that won this book here on and I'd have loved to start this series with the first book but it wasn't available on the websites where I order my books.Anyway, Abraham's Men was a compelling read and was even more addicting that what I was expecting. However, like somewhere else said in a review, I thought that there was a little too m [...]

    4. It’s been about a year since I read the first book in this series; I remember LOVING it… I didn’t have the same attachment to this story. The first one seemed to focus on the mental illness possibility, this one felt more like a typical-teenage-drama kind of a book. I still enjoy the characters, but I cared much less about the story so I did a fair amount of skimming as I read.

    5. Dang it - now I have to wait for the next book to come out. A little too much teenage drama in this one for me but still an awfully good book.

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