Tangents

  • Title: Tangents
  • Author: Agatha Rae
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tangents Rick is a successful writer living in New York City Anna has just lost her job as a college teacher in Boston Dan is a frustrated insurance agent from London and Matylda is a Polish girl scout gettin
    Rick is a successful writer living in New York City Anna has just lost her job as a college teacher in Boston Dan is a frustrated insurance agent from London, and Matylda is a Polish girl scout getting ready to settle in Madrid One day, they fall asleep and when they wake up in the middle of some mysterious woods, they have only one thing in common they all want to reRick is a successful writer living in New York City Anna has just lost her job as a college teacher in Boston Dan is a frustrated insurance agent from London, and Matylda is a Polish girl scout getting ready to settle in Madrid One day, they fall asleep and when they wake up in the middle of some mysterious woods, they have only one thing in common they all want to return home.

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      Published :2019-08-14T13:32:43+00:00

    About Agatha Rae


    1. Agatha Rae lives in the beautiful city of Gdynia in Poland A co author of ESL books, and a collection of essays analyzing popular culture, she made her fiction debut in 2012 with a novel Oenone Her articles have been published both in English in Polish in numerous magazines, for example Forum for World Literature Studies or The Teacher.A huge fan of Canadian rockers The Tea Party, cinema goer, CD collector and a proud owner of the cutest and coolest mutt on the planet, who is trying to put together a Charles Bukowski PhD Agatha, not the mutt, the mutt decided to quit her education and focus on searching the purpose in life By Agatha Rae Oenone Tangents vol 1 published also in Sweden Tangents vol 2 Coming Home for Christmas co written with Danielle Lee Zwissler The Belt The Garden


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    1. I quite recently watched ‘The Bourne Identity’ from 2002. And it struck me that technology showed in this movie is so different from the one we have around these days. Old CRT monitors, people making calls from telephone booths, and the few cell phones that were there looked ridiculously obsolete. It struck me because it was after all not so long ago, merely 13 years. And yet, everything changed. Personally I find these rapid changes fascinating. It is something new, something the world has [...]

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    2. Four uniquely incomparable people, Rick, Anna, Dan and Matylda each wake up in a separate part of a mysterious forest, unaware of their new surroundings, confused and in a state of panic after falling to sleep in their own worlds beforehand. It is not long before each of their paths cross and they soon discover they are all from different times, cities and even counties. Anna is from 2013, Rick is from 2001, Dan is from 2005 and Matylda is from 2004 and they have no clue about why they have all [...]

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    3. One reason I have given Agatha Rae's exciting novel a five-star rating is that it far surpasses the perimeters of popular fiction. It is most definitely superior to most crime fiction appearing today - and also more readable because it is written in a concise style that pinpoints motif, scene and character. This is unusually well done. The manner in which Agatha Rae manages to transcend the popular novel is quite intriguing, in fact; for the author accomplishes this difficult task by erasing the [...]

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    4. How can I write a review while I’m wordless? That is a question… Knowing the first book of Agatha Rae, Oenone, I knew from the beginning that it will be a page-turner. To make it even more intriguing, before I started to read the book I had not viewed any comments about it, although I was extremely curious. I wanted to have a clear start, not influenced with recommendations or possible spoilers from other reviewers. I knew it will be a great book, but I was mistaken… it turned out to be th [...]

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    5. Agatha Rae – Tangents”The view was amazing; two gigantic moons were hanging above the skyline, one was visibly smaller, it was probably further away. They lit the fields and forests giving the wheat and the sequoias a mysterious silver shade. It seemed there were millions of stars above them, some of them were creating a galaxy-like shape, which looked like a thick rope in the sky.” (Tangents p. 223).Tangents by the Polish author Agatha Rae, is a thrilling book about four different people [...]

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    6. It took me a long time to figure out what to write in the following review of “Tangents” by Agatha Rae as I did not want to repeat all those great opinions one may come across on or but I cannot agree more with every single prise written by Agatha’s fans. The first thing about Agatha’s style I would like to comment on, are her language skills. They are truly remarkable and although she is not a native speaker, she surely is a deft user of the English language. Once you dig into the boo [...]

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    7. By Liliana Marquez (Joel Kinnaman Fans)Agatha Rae does a magnificent job with “Tangents Vol. I,” a book that narrates the story of four strangers who meet under weird circumstances and who embark on an adventurous journey together. The story will not fail to grab the readers' attention from page one until the very end and it will leave them waiting impatiently for Vol. II. Rae adds a lot of the elements needed to write a great story worth reading. The story has a good balance of suspense, dr [...]

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    8. Ana,Dan and Rick they are fell asleep in their bad and wake in unknown woods in different part of the woods and in different time,but that is not so weird.The weird thing is that coming from different time,all of them have a life back there in their time,but now in the Woods they are in some adventurous surviving.To survive they stick together and discovers that strange new place.Moving they realized that day lasts too long and if days are so long then how long are nights? Two moons on sky at ni [...]

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    9. This is Agatha Rae second book. I have read the first one and decided to read “Tangents” as well. I knew that it would be a really good title.I read a lot about “Tangents” on Agatha Rae’s Facebook page, and totally couldn’t wait for it.When I was reading the quotes from the book on her wall, my hunger was becoming bigger and bigger.I expected MYSTERY, ADVENTURE and a little bit of DRAMA. Did I get it?As I said this is the second book which I read written by A. Rae. The first one was [...]

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    10. Is there anything better than a thrilling plot, interesting characters, satisfying ending and quality writing? No. I must admit that I went through a lot of books that lacked those elements.People tend to rate some books way too high these days but it's not the case with “Tangents”.If you really want something more, a real gem – here it is. Reach out and take it, read it, give yourself up to the charm of an amazing world created by extremely talented Agatha Rae. I admire every author who c [...]

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    11. I'm a huge fan of mysteries, suspense and psychological puzzles in books, movies and television shows. I was a huge fan of the show Lost with it's odd array of characters whose lives had intersected in very unforeseen and minute detailed ways!The same thrill I had while watching the show, I felt while reading this story! Wow! I do not wish to give spoilers, and plus I'm not sure I could give it justice if I triedLol but I will same that there are four very different, yet appealing characters tha [...]

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    12. Tangents is a captivating and suspenseful novel that leaves its audience hearts racing and on the tips of their toes. I greatly enjoyed how all the characters were described and how they interacted with one another. The way Agatha Rae is able to present the past of each of them and describe their reactions to the events that transpire is truly impressive. Furthermore, the transition between story lines was done gracefully and left you craving to find out more. Every character was unique and well [...]

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    13. This book is amazing, I simply love it, and Agatha Rae has done it again! I loved her book "Oenone", and I wanted to check out "Tangents", and it blew me away. It's a nerve wrecking story, and you are hooked frome the first page. Follow Rick, Anna, Dan and Matylda in this weird place, from the moment they got there (and even before that too) and see how they try to survive, and will they find a way back home? Everything in this place is turned up side down, and everything is new to our four hero [...]

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    14. I liked this book a lot and once I started it I couldn't put it down. I don't want to give away details because I loved wondering where the intricate descriptions of a new magical world were taking me. Then I wondered just why I was suddenly following regular people in their daily lives in such detail. Toward the end of the book, it all started to come together, with a surprising conclusion. I want other readers to experience the same joy in discovery that I had, so please read this book! This w [...]

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    15. This is one of those books that grabs you from the first few pages. It's a complex story of love, loss, fear, journeys and travel in time. The story crosses the lives of several people who are inexplicably brought together in another time and place. I don't usually read this type of book, but I'm so glad I gave this one a try. I cannot wait for the follow up book so I can read more of this complex, intriguing story.

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    16. Agatha Rae has crafted a magnificent work with some of the most relatable human characters I’ve seen in modern literature! From the first few pages you will be kept engaged with the desire to know what fates tie the likes of Rick, Anna, Dan and Matylda together. I urge everyone to give Tangents Vol. I a read. You won’t be disappointed.

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    17. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Tangents! I seriously could not put the book down. I loved the characters and the journeys they went on. Truly a mesmerizing read with a surprising ending. I highly recommended this book even if you are not much of a reader like myself this book will have you on edge from beginning to end.

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    18. This book had me hooked after a few pages. It's a story about several people that ends up in an unexpected place and in another time. It's a story of love and fear but also tremendous loss. A story well written and that intrigues the reader, at least me. I loved it. I hope there will be more stories like this from the author.

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    19. Amazing read! Agatha Rae creates a world full of detail and characters that jump off the page. Definitely anxious for Vol. 2.

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    20. Jag är så här nära *visar några få millimeter mellan pekfingret & tummen* att ge den här boken fullpott. Men det är något som saknas för det. Jag har absolut ingen aning om vad det är, för annars så tycker jag att boken har i princip allt för att skapa en magisk läsupplevelse. UPDATE: den fick fullpott. För att jag inte kan komma på en enda giltig anledning till varför inte. Redan efter några få kapitel var som jag helt fastklistrad vid boken. Det var fascinerande att få [...]

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    21. If you're looking for a book that will draw your attention and hold you tight to it from the very first to the last page, this is the book for you! Apart from adventurous and dramatic aspects, this book asks important questions about our own lives, because the main characters' stories reflect our own, readers' lives, they go through the same tribulations and face the same problems that people who read "Tangents", and it makes the story even more gripping. Because despite it being set in a weird, [...]

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    22. This was one of those books from beginning to end that you just can't put down. The book starts out with Rick and his waking up in the middle of a forest. We have no idea where he is or why, and then we learn his back-story. The whole book is this way-- characters waking up in the middle of the forest and then learning more about them, and then them all eventually meeting up. It is intriguing, a mysterious, and clever. The end is something that I didn't expect either, which made this story a fiv [...]

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    23. I was recommend this book by a friend and once I started to read it I coudnt put it down and cannot wait to read the next book, loved the story line and the characters in the story. Please dont make us wait to long for the next installment :)

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    24. I have been following Agatha Rae from the beginning. I read "Oenone" and quite enjoyed it. But her "Tangents" is absolutely brilliant. The four characters are amazing and the plot is thrilling. I really recommend this book.

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    25. A great book, a wonderful story full of drama, adventure, and hope! You can't put it away, I myself read it on the go! It's fun, it's scary, it's provocative, it's fantastic! I highly recommend it!

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    26. Oh my, why didn't I get the second volume right away? I loved the complexity of characters, how sometimes the unreasonable became reasonable. The mysterious part is lively depicted, you can easily see it. The mix of different story lines and reasons and problems, is so well combined. It makes this book rare and fresh. Tangents kept me in suspene, especially through the mysterious action parts. It was really hard to put this book away!

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    27. This isn't a book I would normally pick up and I don't really care for the whole time travel thing. However this was a very entertaining and fun read. All the characters were well defined - each person's story was great to read and left little to question. I love how detailed all the characters background story and how connected I felt to them.I was immediately into this book with just the first chapter I was hooked. I needed to know what was going to happen next and could not put the book down [...]

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    28. One of the best books I have read so far! Amazing! Incredible! Full of adventure, and drama. Four people wake up in a mysterious land, some kind of a parallel universe, apparently, and they try to figure out where they are and how to get back home. If that wasn't enough, it turns out that all of them come from different places of the world and, from different years (!). What an idea! Not to give away too much, I can say the four characters face really exciting, sometimes quite scary adventures, [...]

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    29. There is something utterly strange in this book. I have found the characters well defined and each go through a dramatic series of lives that allow us the reader to bond with them. I have enjoyed the way that author has taken them from all walks of life and made sure they share all the series. I'm not a huge fan of the genre, however it was done extremely well and its the best presentation I have seen of this genre. I was able to read it was a good sign for me. I have to say that there is a grea [...]

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    30. Tangents Vol 1 - Agatha RaeI was contacted by the lovely @agatha_rae_author and got lucky in reviewing one of her novels.I have to say that this book is truly compelling. It is a drama within a mystery. It grabs your attention and keeps you turning the pages. The story line is great but keeps you guessing. I love how they all have flash backs and you get to know them and how they ended up in this mystery. It starts you off in the beginning of the mystery and you get to experience the unfolding o [...]

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