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The Golden Spiral summary The Golden Spiral, series The Golden Spiral, book The Golden Spiral, pdf The Golden Spiral, The Golden Spiral f7a8824049 His Eyes His Touch His Kiss Dante Was Unlike Anyone Abby Had Ever Met Now He S Gone, And Abby Will Do Anything To Get Him BackThe Hourglass Door Has Closed Behind Dante, Sending Him Back In Time To Hunt Down Zo, Tony, And V When Zo Targets Abby S Past, She Begins Building A New Time Machine Door With Each New Change That Ripples Into Her Present, Abby S Life Continues To Spiral Out Of Control As Abby She Struggles To Free Dante, She Receives Help From An Unexpected And Unlikely Ally


10 thoughts on “The Golden Spiral

  1. says:

    Remember when Bella thought she lost Edward Well, Abby really did lose Dante But rather than pawing at the hole where her heart used to be, Abby got up and did something about it I always love a woman of action Without spoiling the end of The Hourglass Door, Abby and Dante s solution for saving time and it has nothing to do with brushing your teeth in the shower created problems than they anticipated Abby uses her own unique gifts to fight Zo and protect the whole freaking world and its history She loses some essential things and people along the way, but that s why there is a third book in the series Lisa Mangum s writing is sharper in the Golden Spiral than in its predecessor The reader has less time to marvel at Dante s hotness, but I think that is intentional Time is running out and the directness of the writing conveys that message beautifully I liked it better than the first one, and that s saying a lot I m certain that The Forgotten Locket, when it debuts in Summer 2011, will be another improvement.


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    Why do I do these things to myself The first one was bad enough This second is worse I get seduced and confused by books with little labels on them boasting awards having been won Who awards these so called, awards Dante and Abby are so corny, mushy and unreal I even found myself acting like the teenagers they are by rolling my eyes Any book that actually, in all seriousness uses lines like, I will love you, alwaysand forever, needs to seriously rethink their dialogue taste Who talks like that And if they do talk like that, who wants to read it Not me And anyway, it s hard to get into a cheesy relationship when I don t feel any chemistry between characters at all You can t just say, there was chemistry and poof it appears Lisa Mangum has a pretty decent storyline here but her execution made ME want to be executed What s with all the friend hugging and trusting and bravery statements Ugh Please, if you care for me at all, don t let me read the third one www.thestorykeeperspen.com


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    Whoa Amazing Absolutely amazing Mangum s story just drips with passion and promises and beauty Her words flow together seamlessly Her use of similes whenever she describes something might seem like it could get annoying, but it doesn t for me I love the way her use of similies weaves images and beauty in my mind, making the story and the characters magical The characters were absolutely amazing They all have so much depth and are so real What they do in situations and what they say, how they act towards each other is how real people would have acted People who are in love, or who have strong hatred, or caring for someone Dante and Abby s love was beautiful and precious it s forever and unbreakable That is what makes true love, and Mangum did an impeccable job in creating such a flawless love the way she wrote the feelings they had towards each other, and the little meaningful moments they shared I loved the character that Mangum created out of V I didn t really expect something like that to happen, but it just made the story that much likable The plot is so intricate and so well thought out Mangum creates a stunning story that is just so perfect and amazing I love it The end was brilliant I read the last few pages, stunned with the way the story was unraveling to its end I was literally breathless at the end, anticipation and thrill weaving around me with her words Oh my gosh, I can NOT wait until The Forgotten Locket comes out I have to find out what happens to Abby and Dante, and Valerie and Abby s family Oh my gosh The Golden Spiral is amazing Thank you thank you Lisa, for such an incredible story I love it


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  5. says:

    I liked this book o.k Alot of the descriptions of the bank and river were confusing to me Sometimes I had to re read passages to figure out who was speaking or what was going on Dante seemed a weaker character in this book than in the first Everyone seemd to wait around and see what Abby would do next to save them all While I like strong female characters, I would have liked the other good characters to be a little stronger too.


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    This is book 2 in the Hourglass Door Trilogy I felt that this book was a typical book 2, of just a bridge to 3 The story kept me turning pages, but there were so many things I didn t like that I think I would probably give this book 2.5 stars.I was disappointed to discover that Lisa Mangum didn t seem to grow as an author with this second book I still felt the lack of connection with the characters At times I skimmed the pages because I felt she was too long winded with her descriptions I think her decision to write it from the perspective of Abby probably keeps us from getting close to all the characters and I feel Abby thinks too much.I was also disappointed with how she choose to have Dante so weak in this book In book one he was mysterious and seemed to have mastered the rules for keeping the balance When Mangum described what would happen when going back through the door, I expected that it would happen It did, for Zo, but why didn t Dante have the same things happen And if he did, why didn t he use that power He seemed to depend too much on Abby It was almost like the weak Bella in twilight only in man form I truly hope that he gets better in book 3.Another thing I didn t like is how powerful Zo is And maybe not that he is so powerful but that the good guys never seem to win in this book The whole thing is just one big downer It is like the trial that never ends.Anyway, this book was worth the read if only to get us to book 3, here is hoping that the last one is stellar


  7. says:

    This book was a lot like The Hourglass Door for me Interesting enough to finish, but never so compelling that I was dying to get back to it The relationship between Abby and Dante never felt authentic to me, and the time travel elements the bank, river, barrier, etc, were just confusing for no good reason I ll definitely read the final book in the trilogy when it comes out next year, but I don t mind waiting for it 2 1 2 stars.


  8. says:

    Abby never ceases to amaze me I had thought all along that she would have already gone through the door and made her appearance in Dantes life Now we re going to see how all of that plays out.


  9. says:

    I loved the continuation of the story, of Abby s strength will, her love for Dante her unending determination to rescue him, to save her family friends To save the past protect the future.


  10. says:

    After reading the sequel, I have to say that for me, this series is about right there in the middle It s okay, and there are some entertaining characters Zo and Valerie and climatic scenes but overall, I wish it could have been better The plot was interesting and what happens to Dante as he goes through the door is unexpected And it was a nice change to see Abby as the heroine instead of reading about another male saving her and everyone else When Zo returns to the river, he makes changes to Abby s life that we see unfold in the story I really enjoyed seeing the changes but I wished Mangum had added details about what Zo did to initiate the change Mangum was able to capture Zo s devious character in this one and I could really feel that Zo was a psychopath Valerie s mental instability also really drew me in on this one Mangum was able to SHOW ME how her mind has been taken over by her experience at the bank in HGD V also makes an appearance, and his loyalty comes into question view spoiler Is he still working for Zo or does he want to help Abby hide spoiler


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