Budding Star

  • Title: Budding Star
  • Author: Annie Dalton
  • ISBN: 9780007129904
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Budding Star Mel and Reuben have been studying Soul Retrieval running through all manner of challenging scenarios in virtual reality in order to learn the specialized skills necessary to rescue human souls The t
    Mel and Reuben have been studying Soul Retrieval, running through all manner of challenging scenarios in virtual reality, in order to learn the specialized skills necessary to rescue human souls The two angels are sent to Japan, to try and reunite a young girl s soul with her body, as she lies in a coma It isn t her time to die In their quest for the soul, Mel and ReubeMel and Reuben have been studying Soul Retrieval, running through all manner of challenging scenarios in virtual reality, in order to learn the specialized skills necessary to rescue human souls The two angels are sent to Japan, to try and reunite a young girl s soul with her body, as she lies in a coma It isn t her time to die In their quest for the soul, Mel and Reuben have to enter a realm that is magical and exquisite, like an idealized Japanese fairy tale dream feudal lords, fabulous magical castles, ninjas, wandering monks, waterfalls, demons, and shapeshifters But like all dreams, it has its dark side, and the Japanese afterlife has some extremely scary aspects

    • Budding Star BY Annie Dalton
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      Published :2019-04-24T05:19:34+00:00

    About Annie Dalton


    1. Dalton grew up as an only child in the English countryside during the 1950s Her father was not always around, but when he was, he would tell her fantastical stories, often with her as the principal character Her father left the family for good Dalton missed him and his stories, which led her to the fantasy section at her local library, thus sparking life long love of fiction.After undertaking jobs such as waitressing, cleaning and factory work, Dalton went on to study at University of Warwick and soon started writing.Dalton now lives in Norfolk She has three children, Anna, Reuben and Maria the inspiration for the first Angels Unlimited book, Winging It , and two grandchildren, Sophie and Isabella.


    531 Comments


    1. 2 stars is probably a bit harsh, but I really didn't like this one as much as the others. Probably it was the setting - in Limbo, where everything was like a Japanese video game. I also didn't really care for Tsubomi, which didn't help! It felt like a very long read, as opposed to the others which I breezed through.

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    2. I like this book. Again, it's not one of my favs, but I understood all of it, making me not dislike it. It's in the middle. I really wanna know how to pronounce Tsubomi right though. I've been pronouncing it Sooboomi, but IDK if that's right or not. (view spoiler)[ I really liked the whole video game aspect of this book. And I think the connection Mel and Reubs had was sweet. (hide spoiler)]I've sort of already finished Keeping It Real, as I just could not put it down.

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    3. Definitely my least favourite of the books so far. The historical element is completely discarded and it's just not as interesting to me without it. I did like the interaction between Reuben and Mel, though.

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    4. Even though I've missed some characters, I liked the concept of this book

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