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Jenny Kramer knows she isn't normal. After all, not everybody can see the past lives of people around them. When she befriends Ben Daulton, resident new boy, the pair stumble onto an old music box with instructions for "mesmerization" and discover they may have more in common than they thought--like a past life! Using the instructions in the music box, Ben and Jenny share a dream that transports them to Romanov Russia and leads them to believe they have been there together before. But Nikolai, the mysterious young man Jenny has been seeing in her dreams who has now appeared next door, was there, too. Jenny is forced to acknowledge that Nikolai has traveled through time and space to find her. Doing so means he has defied the laws of time, and the Order, an ominous organization tasked with keeping people in the correct time, is determined to send him back. While Ben, Jenny, and Nikolai race against the clock--and the Order--Jenny and Nikolai discover a link that joins them in life and beyond death.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 377 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 23mm | 458g
  • Raleigh, NC, United States
  • English
  • 098834095X
  • 9780988340954
  • 1,143,054

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""Readers will quickly come to love this book. Protagonist Jenny is brave, loyal and quick on her feet, and soon you'll be completely drawn into Jenny's world. The plot is new and exciting, forcing readers to stay up late into the night to reach the ending. And once they do, they'll be left anxiously awaiting the sequel." --"RT Book Reviews
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About Amanda Gray

Amanda Gray is a team of two bestselling authors who live only miles apart but have never met in person. Between them, they have written more than a dozen novels and novellas and have had their work appear on television. They live in New York City.
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Rating details

588 ratings
3.49 out of 5 stars
5 20% (119)
4 31% (183)
3 31% (184)
2 12% (71)
1 5% (31)

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Endless is a story about Jenny, a girl who has abilities that 'normal' people don't, she can see someone's past merely by touching them. Due to this power Jenny keeps herself to herself and only has one true friend, she knows if anyone finds out about her ability she may end up without any. So she keeps her hands covered and tells no one about what she can do. Little does Jenny know her life is going to change forever as past and present collide, with new friendships made and love on the horizon will Jenny find the truth to set her loved ones free. Well, doesn't my summary sound great? So why am I sitting here disappointed? Why? Why? Was all I could ask going through this book. With a great premise you would think it wouldn't be hard to make this a great book, well think again! Firstly, I thought the story would focus on her abilities, which would have been great BUT IT DIDNT! Why would you only use such a great power in the story once or twice? Secondly, the story dragged, there was far too many pages when it could have been reduced by a good 50-100 pages and it would have flowed better. Lastly, toward the end when we all have that AHA! Moment in a book where all the mystery is revealed, well let me just say I was waiting for a great finisher right until the book ended! This story could have been excellent and I know with a few changes I would have enjoyed it much more. It's a shame as I was so excited to read it but the story as a whole let me down. If you want to give it a try then I hope you enjoy it more than me but I personally wouldn't recommend it, sorry:(. I hope this review has helped you, can you please rate it positively if you liked it as it really means a lot to me, Many Thanks for reading:)show more
by Sarah Martin
4 of 5 Stars: What does this rating mean to me? I loved this book and enjoyed every moment of my reading experience! This novel had me lost in its pages from the moment I began reading! Jenny is a wonderful main character that is so easy to relate with. She is strong,passionate and doesn't want to run away when things get weird. Endless has a little bit of everything in it.You start off with Jenny, she is a young woman in high school, who has the ability to see past lives by just placing her hand against someone's skin. Jenny has been pretty much alone her entire life, friendless and shy around people because they just don't understand her. She becomes friends with a boy named Ben that is new to town and they come across this music box, that leads them to having shared visions of the past. As if that isn't enough to make a great story, throw in another young man Nikolai, who Jenny see's in her dreams and then he shows up next door. Now wait, their is even more! You can't forget the amazing story of an endless love that seems to last through all of time and space. Amanda Gray has wonderful writing skills, she really knows how to make her story pop right off the pages and into your imagination. I can't give this book a 5 of 5 stars, because i did run across a few things that just didn't make sense to me. You are probably wondering what i mean, but I don't want to go into great detail and give some of the plot away, lets just say I felt like Amanda may have left a few things that were said just kind of hanging in the air. Let me try to explain, two of the characters had moments where it seemed as though they forgot who the other was; but then this was never mentioned again. It made me feel as though I was missing something important in the story. I actually stopped both times and re-read a page or two to see what was going on. See the two quotes below. This is a Quote from Ben toward the middle of the book: Nikolai? Ben's Face was blank, like the events of the past hour had erased his memory of everything that had transpired before." This is a Quote from Nikolai, that showed up toward the end of the book: "Ben.? he seemed to search his memory for the name, then he walked over to Ben, Still on the floor and held out a hand. I'm sorry." With that said, I still loved this book and I hope that the story is continued with at least a sequel. I just can't resist a really good love story. It's good to see that maybe true love can really exist through all of time. ~You can find this review along with many other reviews on my website, Reviews Unleashed: Http://ReviewsUnleashed.com ~show more
by Melissa Frederick
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