Beyond the Reflection's Edge PDF/EPUB · Beyond the

Beyond the Reflection's Edge PDF/EPUB · Beyond the


10 thoughts on “Beyond the Reflection's Edge

  1. Hope Hope says:

    Wow Review to come.


  2. Margaret Chind Margaret Chind says:

    Yesterday afternoon, when I decided to get ahead by reading this book, I wasn t sure what to expect Most of the reviews I had read so far were brief and all stating the wonders of this book and this author in general The first chapter was a little odd and I was a little confused But as I read ,was able to sink in and I was able to understand what was going on This is one of those books that I could not get my eyes to travel fast enough to find out what was coming next There were t Yesterday afternoon, when I decided to get ahead by reading this book, I wasn t sure what to expect Most of the reviews I had read so far were brief and all stating the wonders of this book and this author in general The first chapter was a little odd and I was a little confused But as I read ,was able to sink in and I was able to understand what was going on This is one of those books that I could not get my eyes to travel fast enough to find out what was coming next There were times when I had to go back and re read a passage, just because it was too much I ve never been much of a fiction sci fi person outside of TV shows and movies, but this was better than any TV show and any movie that I have ever seen There was spy action, there was holistic attitudes, and morals Suspense and thrilling twists An under lying message, and even just plain good human interaction and relationships of people to each other I m extremely glad that I have now been introduced into the works of Bryan Davis and I must say that I m excited forI especially cannot wait until this fall when book two comes out Eternity s Edge


  3. Jill Williamson Jill Williamson says:

    Review by Jill WilliamsonSixteen year old Nathan Shepherd has an unusual life traveling the world with his investigator father, his world renowned violinist mother, and his personal tutor Something goes wrong at a concert in Chicago that results in the death of his parents Nathan moves to a small town to live with a childhood friend of his father s and his teenage daughter Kelly He takes little with him his mother s violin and the Quattro mirror his father had insisted he keep safe As Natha Review by Jill WilliamsonSixteen year old Nathan Shepherd has an unusual life traveling the world with his investigator father, his world renowned violinist mother, and his personal tutor Something goes wrong at a concert in Chicago that results in the death of his parents Nathan moves to a small town to live with a childhood friend of his father s and his teenage daughter Kelly He takes little with him his mother s violin and the Quattro mirror his father had insisted he keep safe As Nathan tries to adapt to his new life, he discovers that his small mirror is the missing piece of a wall sized mirror in his new bedroom Once the mirror is whole, Nathan stumbles onto a mystery The mirror shows him things But are they his dreams the future or a different world Could his parents still be alive Nathan and Kelly must work together to figure it all out.Wow This was a completely unexpected and unique story I ve read a few books before that deal with different dimensions, and although this one did get a bit confusing, it was much easier to understand for this non science girl I liked Nathan s character a lot This world needs a lotperfect gentlemen I also really enjoyed how the plot kept unfolding I sort of saw the ending coming, but I didn t know how Bryan Davis was going to get us there Overall, this was a really entertaining, fast paced story My kind of book My kind of unique plot My kind of story Highly recommended


  4. Galadriel Galadriel says:

    I had the great privilege of pre reading this book I don t wish to spoil anyone s surprise, so I will only say that after being enthralled by the world Bryan Davis created in Dragons in Our Midst and expanded upon in Oracles of Fire, I eagerly anticipated his new series, Echoes from the Edge The characters, like those in his first two series, are realistic, relatable teens that readers of all ages can identify with I see echoes of myself in Daryl, who constently alludes to and quotes from suc I had the great privilege of pre reading this book I don t wish to spoil anyone s surprise, so I will only say that after being enthralled by the world Bryan Davis created in Dragons in Our Midst and expanded upon in Oracles of Fire, I eagerly anticipated his new series, Echoes from the Edge The characters, like those in his first two series, are realistic, relatable teens that readers of all ages can identify with I see echoes of myself in Daryl, who constently alludes to and quotes from such favorite fantasies as Lord of the Rings and Narnia, as well as The Wizard of Oz My good intentions to read only a chapter of Beyond the Reflection s Edge daily evaporated I read the whole book in less than four hours The first chapter containedemotion and action than some books ever reach From there, the story builds in depth and action to an extraordinary conclusion Unlike some books, Beyond the Reflection s Edge yieldsexcitement with each re reading I can t wait for the next installment


  5. Chi Chi says:

    1 Cheesy Some of the lines and scenarios are just too much Like, the kissing of the knuckle thing Ugh 2 Confusing and very random It s so easy to get mixed up with almost everything 3 The author is trying so hard to portray Nathan as the perfect guy he s too much of a gentleman sounds too conservative for his age, really 4 Personally, I find the concept of mirror, music, and light tacky And based from the second book preview, it would only get worse Like what the hell is a 1 Cheesy Some of the lines and scenarios are just too much Like, the kissing of the knuckle thing Ugh 2 Confusing and very random It s so easy to get mixed up with almost everything 3 The author is trying so hard to portray Nathan as the perfect guy he s too much of a gentleman sounds too conservative for his age, really 4 Personally, I find the concept of mirror, music, and light tacky And based from the second book preview, it would only get worse Like what the hell is a villain doing singing on the top of his lungs to control his power I lol d on this except it was meant to be a serious scenario which makes it even funnier LOL PS I can t understand why I see heaps of 5 star ratings in here Seriously


  6. Loretta Loretta says:

    I wanted to like it I ve read some other Bryan Davis books and found them moderately enjoyable But this joins the club of those rare books that I just can t even make myself finish First, the plot just didn t seem to hang together well, I was confused most of the time and not in a good, mysterious way but in a would you just move the story along already way.But far above that was how much I wanted to smack the hero right off his moral high horse Far too much of the dialog and plot was spe I wanted to like it I ve read some other Bryan Davis books and found them moderately enjoyable But this joins the club of those rare books that I just can t even make myself finish First, the plot just didn t seem to hang together well, I was confused most of the time and not in a good, mysterious way but in a would you just move the story along already way.But far above that was how much I wanted to smack the hero right off his moral high horse Far too much of the dialog and plot was spent painting the teenage girl as a wanton, lying hussy who just might lure the hero away from all that is good and true Sigh I really didn t expect that as Bryan Davis has female characters in his other books who seem to embody women who are both strong and good at the same time If I ve gotten the message wrong, it is primarily due to poor characterization on the part of the author I expected better


  7. Josh Grace Josh Grace says:

    Mr Davis s complex and brilliant story lines never cease to amaze me I have been a fan ever since his first young adult novel, Raising Dragons, and Beyond the Reflection s Edge tops everything he s written thus far Filled with exciting chases, mysterious characters, and a wonderful Christian theme, BTRE is an amazing book that I would recommend to any young adult My only caution is that there are occasional discussions about extra marital sex not glorifying it, but showing it for what it is Mr Davis s complex and brilliant story lines never cease to amaze me I have been a fan ever since his first young adult novel, Raising Dragons, and Beyond the Reflection s Edge tops everything he s written thus far Filled with exciting chases, mysterious characters, and a wonderful Christian theme, BTRE is an amazing book that I would recommend to any young adult My only caution is that there are occasional discussions about extra marital sex not glorifying it, but showing it for what it is sin which might not be suitable for kids under 15 I read the entire book the day I got it, in just a few hours It s extremely intense, fast paced action that will NOT allow you to put the book down I anxiously await the next book in the series


  8. Laura Smith Laura Smith says:

    A gripping fantasy, time travel nightmare Bryan Davis incorporates the beauty and power of music with the science of light and dimensions in this adventure where good guys are hard to identify and the future and the past are always moments and eons away.


  9. Ari Sinclair Ari Sinclair says:

    3.5 stars So I read this whole series, and there were a lot of parts that I likedbut also a few parts that I was a bit skeptical of.First, the good parts I loved the world I mean, portals and time travel are great on their own But put them together Awesome The plot was definitely creative There were a lot of really cool things in the series, like the girls who held each world together, and the power that music held I think the author did a good job of implementing Christian principle 3.5 stars So I read this whole series, and there were a lot of parts that I likedbut also a few parts that I was a bit skeptical of.First, the good parts I loved the world I mean, portals and time travel are great on their own But put them together Awesome The plot was definitely creative There were a lot of really cool things in the series, like the girls who held each world together, and the power that music held I think the author did a good job of implementing Christian principles without preaching The relationships were well developed and relateable.Things that could ve been better The characters were often sort of flat, two dimensional, or unrealistic there wasthan one instance when I thought, Yeah right, nobody would actually react like that or something along those lines The descriptions of some places, as well as travel between the portals, were often either vague, or the author described a place so specifically that it was hard to put all the details together, and either way, it was hard to picture different locations The plot got a little slow sometimes, dragged down by inessential details.Probably my biggest problem with this series was the fact that the author never really addressed the fact that God is in control For instance, when they change the outcome of the plane crash, he talks about why changing history like that is a bad idea because of the butterfly effect and all that, and we see those effects But they never talk about the fact that God allows bad things to happen like a plane crash for a reason, that he s got a bigger, better plan.All in all, I enjoyed this series It definitely made an impression on me, and the world was so cool It s one of the better Christian series I ve readexcept for that little tidbit that s missing, about God being omnipotent and allowing bad things to happen for reasons we can t understand Hmm


  10. Patrick Cox Patrick Cox says:

    This book is a wild ride of death, action and inter dimensional travel I struggled through it The story is hard to follow I doubt I will read the other books in this series.


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Beyond the Reflection's Edge ☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ Beyond the Reflection's Edge By Bryan Davis ✎ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Sixteen year old Nathan Shepherd has a great life traveling where the careers of his father, an investigator, and mother, a renowned violinist, take him until his parents are found murdered Left with Sixteen year old Nathan Shepherd has a great life traveling where the careers of his father, an investigator, and mother, a renowned violinist, take Beyond the MOBI :Ú him until his parents are found murdered Left with only a mirror and notes from his father s last case, Nathan goes into hiding at the remote country home of Tony, his father s college buddy, and Tony s teenage daughter, Kelly The mysterious mirror must be a clue to what happened to his parents, and when images appear in it people and things that don t exist Nathan and Kelly painstakingly gather evidence But the killers want the mirror too, and danger threatens the teens at every turn As it becomes evident that Nathan s father had stumbled upon dark forces at work in the world, several questions arise Could it be that the mirror is a portal to a parallel world Could this technology be used for evil purposes And could his parents still be alive, trapped in another dimension Nathan and Kelly struggle to solve the mystery before they too become victims This chilling, hair raising adventure is jam packed with action in a fantastical world where nothing is as it seems, and even mirrors tell lies.

    Beyond the Reflection's Edge PDF/EPUB · Beyond the what happened to his parents, and when images appear in it people and things that don t exist Nathan and Kelly painstakingly gather evidence But the killers want the mirror too, and danger threatens the teens at every turn As it becomes evident that Nathan s father had stumbled upon dark forces at work in the world, several questions arise Could it be that the mirror is a portal to a parallel world Could this technology be used for evil purposes And could his parents still be alive, trapped in another dimension Nathan and Kelly struggle to solve the mystery before they too become victims This chilling, hair raising adventure is jam packed with action in a fantastical world where nothing is as it seems, and even mirrors tell lies."/>
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Beyond the Reflection's Edge
  • Bryan Davis
  • English
  • 02 March 2019
  • 0310715547

About the Author: Bryan Davis

Bryan Davis is the author several speculative fiction series, including Dragons in Our Midst, Oracles of Fire, Children of the Bard, The Reapers Trilogy, Beyond the MOBI :Ú The Time Echoes Trilogy, Tales of Starlight, and Dragons of StarlightBryan lives in western Tennessee with his wife, Susie Bryan and Susie have homeschooled their four girls and three boys Bryan was born in and grew up in the eastern US From the time he taught himself how to read before school age, through his seminary years and beyond, he has demonstrated a passion for the written word, reading and writing in many disciplines and genres, including fantasy, theology, fiction, devotionals, poetry, and humor.