What if the world was not that what you thought it was? What if you took a test that would let you help make the world a better place? What if that test took you to a place you never knew existed? That is the start of Becker Drane's new life in the Seems.
I'm always impressed with fantasy writers who are able to create a whole world that does not exist and have it make sense to the readers. They have every detail mapped out and planned out. I also enjoyed (and was slightly frustrated) over the details that would be "another story." (You'll understand when you read the book.) I have to say the plot did drag some because the storyline kept bouncing from one place to another, and I was listening to this on an audio CD so sometimes it was hard to follow. Not one of my favorites, but still an interesting read.
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