Author: Holly Lauren
Print Lenght: 322 Pages
Publisher: Mythos/Libertine Press (November 25, 2013
Chapel Ryan isn't crazy. At least, that's what she's been trying to convince herself of for most of her life. But after being hallucination-free for three years, Chapel finds herself face down on her English classrooms's gritty linoleum floor. When she looks up, everyone around her is suspended in animation. Mouths hang open mid-yawn, feet hover mid-cross, Ms. Freeman's arm flexes mid-sentence diagram. It's another hallucination. Or, is it? Chapel prepares to tear herself back to reality when something happens. Something that has never happened before in any of her hallucinations--someone moves. And not just any someone-- it's the new guy with a scar over his lip and a reputation as black as his perfectly styled hair. And all of the sudden Chapel's white-knuckle grip on her life has slipped, and with it, her assurance that what she's experiencing isn't real.
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Holly Lauren is an incredible story-teller. Within the first three chapters, I could tell that Tempus was going to be plot and character driven, and wow! What a ride!. Holly has such a natural ingenuity and grace with her writing, I was easily transported to the world of Chapel Ryan. I didn't just read about her -- no. I knew her. The characters were well rounded and perfectly formed.
The story itself was rock solid!
All and all, it was a wonderful escape, and I am wholly excited for the next installment.
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