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10 thoughts on “Away The Line #2

  1. says:

    25 starsI’m not really sure what to say about this book On one hand I did actually enjoy this a fraction than The Line On the other it was a

  2. says:

    Such a good premise but mired down by wooden writing and a lack of character development It's a shame really and I feel bad saying it Also as w

  3. says:

    I don't know about this bookit had potential it was kind of interesting but in a lethargic sleepy uncaring kind of way Th

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    Now that Rachel has met Pathik and crossed The Line life is nothing like she new Away is a land of warring clans and people with gifts She knows that now that she has crossed she may never get back But there are many surprises in store for Rachel This was a wonderful continuation of the first book The Line It held me capti

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    I NEED TO READ IT

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    I finally read this after having read the first book 8 years ago It is similar to all of the other dystopian books out there and near the end I was ok with the idea of all of the characters dyingGood for ages 12 and up

  7. says:

    35 stars What the heckI'll give it 4 It's hard for me to put into words why I like this series I'm going to say some things now that might seem insulting to the bookauthor but I'll explain later This story is boringnot alo

  8. says:

    This worthy seuel to Hall’s The Line 2010 continues to build a dystopian world with suspense and moral choices R

  9. says:

    I really enjoyed The Line though did think it dragged a bit in the beginning This seuel doesn't drag at all It pulled me in from the beginning and kept me turning the pages I loved getting to learn about the world of Away and its inhabitants The Others The search for Rachel's father was really suspenseful and action packedCrossing back over the Line to get Rachel's mom and friends was fun to read about and then the foo

  10. says:

    While not as good as The Line the first book still a compelling read I really want about the history of the collapse of the society and how people who were living per usual before the collapse adjusted their lives so maybe Ms Hall can help me out with some info on that point? These books seem to come in threes s

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Away The Line #2

After crossing the Line Rachel finds herself in a world where survival is never guaranteed a world where bizarre creatures roam the woods and people have strange abilities Everything has gone to ruin Away and the survivor. 25 starsI m not really sure what to say about this book On one hand I did actually enjoy this a fraction than The Line On the other it was a case of of the same in terms of the writing pacing and overall issues I had with the first book Away picks up the story shortly after the conclusion of the The Line Rachel has Crossed and is living with the Others in their camp Vivian and Mrs Moore are back on the Property unsure whether they have been betrayed Rachel finds out that her father is alive and is being held captive by another group of Others But honestly I just found both of these books far too thin and flat to really hold my interest The prose is impersonal and distancing told in third person and leaping from viewpoint to viewpoint of the various characters Again we are told what each of these characters are feeling but it doesn t translate into engaging storytelling The characters purportedly feel pain loss love hope yet it all felt blandly monotone to me For such a captivating premise I also wish the world had been better fleshed out The scant detail provided about the way of life of the Others raises uestions and than are answered The ending itself was outright abrupt and rang strangely hollow which is an odd sensation after the investment of reading the two books in their entirety I m unsure whether there is going to be a third book in the series but the ending of Away doesn t really provide closure nor does it linger all that much But onto what you really want to know What about the sheep catsThey do in fact exist on the other side of the Line But I was expecting something like maybe this or this The sheep cats of rumour turn out to be Woollies which are described as something like a woolly lynx Disappointing That said Nipper was my favourite character of the book He definitely exhibited the most personality in my opinion For all the promise of the synopsis I ultimately felt somewhat underwhelmed by both The Line and Away However as a lower YA dystopia they are adeuately thought provoking and offer a slightly different take a sobering situation The Black Ice Score (Parker, up the story shortly after the conclusion of the The Line Rachel has Crossed and is living with the Others in their camp Vivian and Mrs Moore are back on the Property The Black Painting unsure whether they have been betrayed Rachel finds out that her father is alive and is being held captive by another group of Others But honestly I just found both of these books far too thin and flat to really hold my interest The prose is impersonal and distancing told in third person and leaping from viewpoint to viewpoint of the various characters Again we are told what each of these characters are feeling but it doesn t translate into engaging storytelling The characters purportedly feel pain loss love hope yet it all felt blandly monotone to me For such a captivating premise I also wish the world had been better fleshed out The scant detail provided about the way of life of the Others raises Fire and Desire uestions and than are answered The ending itself was outright abrupt and rang strangely hollow which is an odd sensation after the investment of reading the two books in their entirety I m The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox unsure whether there is going to be a third book in the series but the ending of Away doesn t really provide closure nor does it linger all that much But onto what you really want to know What about the sheep catsThey do in fact exist on the other side of the Line But I was expecting something like maybe this or this The sheep cats of rumour turn out to be Woollies which are described as something like a woolly lynx Disappointing That said Nipper was my favourite character of the book He definitely exhibited the most personality in my opinion For all the promise of the synopsis I The Illusionists ultimately felt somewhat Planet of the Bugs underwhelmed by both The Line and Away However as a lower YA dystopia they are adeuately thought provoking and offer a slightly different take a sobering situation

Summary Away The Line #2

Ecision bringing them into further danger that can only be resolved with an unthinkable sacrificeAn adventure filled with life and death choices dark conspiracies and heart poundingly suspenseful moments this seuel delive. This worthy seuel to Hall s The Line 2010 continues to build a dystopian world with suspense and moral choices Rachel enters Away the wild area on the other side of the Line the border of the Unified States Life has evolved in Away There Rachel meets Pathik and others of his family and group many of whom have a supernatural power Rachel rescues her father from a rival camp Indigo Pathik s grandfather and leader of their camp decides they should relocate to an island that may offer real safety Hall tackles morality in the use of the characters supernatural powers Indigo for example can kill with his mind Her dystopian world is vividly shown and her characters stand out The Away people live without electricity but they live freely As they make their way to their new life readers will be waiting for them Overall this book expands the imagination and portrays how unexpected life can be I really enjoyed this book and I would recommend it

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S have banded into warring clans Rachel finds her father being held prisoner by a tribe of Others and she and her new friends set out to rescue him But when they cross back over the Line Rachel and Pathik make a foolish d. I finally read this after having read the first book 8 years ago It is similar to all of the other dystopian books out there and near the end I was ok with the idea of all of the characters dyingGood for ages 12 and up

  • Hardcover
  • 234
  • Away The Line #2
  • Teri Hall
  • English
  • 26 January 2019
  • 9780803735026

About the Author: Teri Hall

wwwterihallcom The seuel Away is out now The Island the third book in the trilogy is also out