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Boundless Deep Paperback – 4 Mar 2008

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"Exudes a leisurely and timeless charm."--"Publishers Weekly" on "Seal Island" "Kate Brallier is a talent to watch."--Susan Wiggs
"Eerie and atmospheric . . . . "Seal Island" is a distinctive and inspired debut.""--Romantic Times BOOKreviews"

“Exudes a leisurely and timeless charm.”--"Publishers Weekly" on "Seal Island" “Kate Brallier is a talent to watch.”--Susan Wiggs
 “Eerie and atmospheric . . . .  "Seal Island" is a distinctive and inspired debut.”"--Romantic Times BOOKreviews"

Kate Brallier is a talent to watch.--Susan Wiggs

Exudes a leisurely and timeless charm. "Publishers Weekly on Seal Island"

Kate Brallier is a talent to watch. Susan Wiggs

Eerie and atmospheric . . . . Seal Island is a distinctive and inspired debut. "Romantic Times BOOKreviews""

About the Author

Kate Brallier is a fiction editor in New York City.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Yummy 24 May 2008
By R. Etzler - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
A pleasure to read for so many reasons! Fun, eccentric characters, exciting whaling history, beautiful Nantucket location, 2 hot guys, one lucky girl, fascinating secret, etcetera...etcetera... This book is candy, candy and more candy!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly Done 30 Jan. 2009
By Amber Frangos - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I wanted this book to swallow me in the whale tale, reincarnation theme as promised from the description on the back cover. Instead, I drowned on the poor grammar and weak writing. The characters were constantly shrugging, chuckling, winking, lingering, blushing and nodding. Instead of escaping in the story line, I was bogged down on the bodily actions of the characters. Lucian shrugged, giggled, smoldered, whispered, stammered and tightened. As a genre, Romance is filled with these tags, and I love to read a good romance. The tags usually propel the story forward and add tension between the characters, but in The Boundless Deep the tags were too distracting, bumbling, oafish, and numerous. I am disappointed that such a great story idea was hidden under the writing and The Boundless Deep could have and should have been a better read. The potential, capability, capacity, facility, thought and design were all present, but the words got in the way of making this a memorable work of fiction.
4.0 out of 5 stars Myterious and Beautiful Love Story 27 Jun. 2009
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book starts out with a dram that the heroine, Liza, has about whaling in the mid-1800's. The prose used to describe this dream is amazing, and pulls you right into the story located on Nantucket Island.

The story is about a love so strong and deep that it defines time. The souls are pulled together to deal with the occurances and tragedy of what happened in the 1840's, living again to make things right. It is told from Liza's point of view. What I really loved about this book is the fact that when the events of the 1840's fold out, the narritive is very...formal. And when it's just modern day Liza, it's fun and upbeat.

Some people thought the story cliched, and usually I can figure these things out, but I must admit that I didn't until everything revealed itself. I loved the love stories, both from the past and the modern one.

This book stayed with me long after I finished. I plan on reading Ms. Brallier first book, Seal Island, because the couple from that book makes an appearance in this one.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Book 11 May 2008
By Amy - Published on
Format: Paperback
Reminiscent of Anya Seton's Green Darkness. This romantic story keeps you on your toes and has a bonus peek into Whaling in New England during it's peak. If you like time travel and supernatural romance go and read this, you'll enjoy it. I really loved Seal Island her first novel.
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