Winner of the Editor’s Choice Division, Romance Writers of New Zealand Strictly Single contest. Apple iBookstore Australia/New Zealand Best Books of August 2013.
Now you see me, now you don’t!
My name’s Wren, and I’m a liminal who can phase in and out of the real world.
Sounds like an awesome trick, right? Yeah. Like everything that’s supposed to be cool, it’s complicated. I’m caught between two warring factions who’d kill to get a piece of me. Someone’s blocked my energy flows so if I phase I’ll get trapped in a ghostlike plane called Between… and die. And to top it all off, I’m totally crushing on my only ally, mysterious bad boy Kade. Sad thing is he’s keeping secrets from me, just like everyone else. My life’s spinning out of control. I don’t know who to trust anymore. And what I find lurking Between is the biggest shock of all.
Genre: Young Adult / Paranormal
“Self-published Kiwi author Maree Anderson has already established a loyal following with her Crystal Warriors series. In this novel, she embarks on a new storyline featuring Wren, a sassy 16-year-old who finds she’s starting to disappear from her
~ Editor, iBookstore Australia/New Zealand
life—literally! She teams up with mysterious bad boy Kade and learns a thing or two about living between worlds. This is great young-adult fun for fans of paranormal fiction.”
“I found myself getting lost in Wren’s world in the first few pages of this book. Wren is an typical, innocent teenager whose life starts to spiral out of control. It was gut-wrenching reading her struggling with what was happening to her. Slowly disappearing from
the world she knows. Then in walks Kade—and who wouldn’t fall for this beautiful, sweet, hunk of a young man. I fell for him instantly—and could not wait to see what transpired between him and Wren. The whirlwind that Wren and Kade endures—with Wren finding
~ Erin, The Reading Café
her birth family and fighting to steer clear of the bad guys—left me wanting to not put the book down. The ending was an epic cliffhanger—one in which makes me want the second book right now! Can’t wait…”
“I can’t wait to read book #2.
I read an excerpt of Liminal by Maree Anderson and simply had to buy it—I absolutely loved the premise!
The first 1/3 was really great. There were some absolutely heart breaking moments
between Wren and her family. I really felt for her, some of the things that happened were just gut wrenching. The poor girl literally has nowhere to go and no-one to turn to—well no-one that remembers her anyway!
I really like Wren. I think she is a great main
character, she had some awful stuff happen which she has to figure out how to deal with but she doesn’t cry about it all the time!
Then she meets Kade. I really fell for Kade.
Sexy leather pants, check!
Sexy motorbike, check!
Sexy sarcastic persona, double check!
Wren and Kade have some great banter, and the tension between them is quite fun to read. They embark on a journey to save Wren and uncover an array of secrets and lies along the way.
There was a little bit of a lull in the middle. I found it rather slow and drawn out and I had to prevent myself from skimming through to the end. But thankfully, the last 1/3 picked up the pace again with more revelations, more secrets, and more awesome Wren and Kade-
ness. But the ending, grrrr, the ending—be prepared for an intense cliff hanger people!!
A really great, and different YA read 4 stars.”
Winner: Editor’s Choice Division, Romance Writers of New Zealand Strictly Single contest.
Available from leading retailers in the following formats: mobi, Epub, PDF, RTF, LRF, Palm Doc and plain text.
Enjoy the complete satisfaction of a novel-length story (79,350 words).
This is the first book in The Liminals series.
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Content suitable for young adult readers 14 years and up.
Maree writes romance and young adult fiction of the paranormal, fantasy and Sci-Fi persuasion. She’s Kiwi, a New Zealander, and she’s addicted to chocolate—the darker the better. Not to mention coffee and excellent Kiwi wine. She’s not quite so addicted to her local gym but she’s working on it ;-)